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On Some of Smarandache's Problems

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On Some of Smarandache's Problems
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Publisher: Erhus Univ Pr
ISBN/ASIN: 1879585723
ISBN-13: 9781879585720
Number of pages: 89

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This book is a collection of 27 Smarandache's problems which the autor solved by 1999. 22 problems are related to different sequences, 4 problems are proved, modifications of two problems are formulated, and counterexamples to two of the problems are constructed.

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