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Galois Lectures by J. Douglas, P. Franklin, C.J. Keyser, L. Infeld

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Galois Lectures
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Publisher: Morrill Press
ISBN/ASIN: B000RFWLK0
Number of pages: 141

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Addresses delivered by Jesse Douglas, Philip Franklin, Cassius Jackson Keyser, and Leopold Infeld at the Galois Institute of Matematics Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY. Contents: Survey of the theory of integration; The four color problem; Charles Sanders Peirce as a pioneer; The fourth dimension and relativity.

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