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A Scrap-Book of Elementary Mathematics

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A Scrap-Book of Elementary Mathematics
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Publisher: The Open Court Publishing Company
ISBN/ASIN: 1429700106
Number of pages: 234

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The tendency to select the problems and illustrations of mathematics mostly from the scientific, commercial and industrial activities of today, is one with which the writer is in accord. Moreover, amusement is one of the fields of applied mathematics.

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