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Philosophy and Fun of Algebra

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Philosophy and Fun of Algebra
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Publisher: C. W. Daniel
ISBN/ASIN: 1603861262
Number of pages: 56

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Contents: From Arithmetic To Algebra; The Making of Algebras; Simultaneous Problems; Partial Solutions, Elements of Complexity; Mathematical Certainty; The First Hebrew Algebra; How to Choose Our Hypotheses; The Limits of the Teacher's Function; The Use of Sewing Cards; The Story of a Working Hypothesis; Macbeth's Mistake; Jacob's Ladder; The Great x of the World; Go Out of My Class-Room; etc.

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