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Mathematical Physics: Problems and Solutions

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Mathematical Physics: Problems and Solutions
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Publisher: Samara University Press
Number of pages: 67

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The present issue of the series 'Modern Problems in Mathematical Physics' represents the Proceedings of the Students Training Contest Olympiad in Mathematical and Theoretical Physics and includes the statements and the solutions of the problems offered to the participants.

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