**Mathematical Essays and Recreations**

by Hermann Schubert

**Publisher**: The Open Court Publishing 1898**ISBN/ASIN**: 1440056706**Number of pages**: 159

**Description**:

The mathematical essays and recreations in this volume are by one of the most successful teachers and text-book writers of Germany. The essays of Professor Schubert are, from a logical and esthetic side, full of suggestions for elementary mathematical teachers and students, as well as for non-mathematical readers.

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