**Pluckings from the tree of Smarandache: Sequences and functions**

by Charles Ashbacher

**Publisher**: American Research Press 1998**ISBN/ASIN**: 1879585618**ISBN-13**: 9781879585614**Number of pages**: 80

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This is the third book in a series of works exploring the set of problems called Smarandache Notions. In this case, however, there is a concerted effort to delve more deeply into the fundamental mathematics of the problems and resolve the issues. The level of difficulty here will be somewhat higher than that of the previous books.

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