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Dynamics of the Universe in Problems

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Dynamics of the Universe in Problems
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Publisher: UniverseInProblems.com
Number of pages: 113

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Problem book on cosmology that includes its spectacular recent achievements. There are over 1000 problems, divided into 14 chapters, covering topics from the dynamics of the expanding Universe and CMB to cosmology beyond the Lambda-CDM model and holography.

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