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Collections of Problems on Smarandache Notions

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Collections of Problems on Smarandache Notions
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Publisher: Erhus University Press
ISBN/ASIN: B0010OJO7U
Number of pages: 75

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This text deals with some advanced consequences of the Smarandache function. The reading of this book is a form of mindjoining, where the author tries to create the opportunity for a shared experience of an adventure.

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