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Little Mathematics Library – Fascinating Fractions
The theory of continued fractions is vast. This booklet covers only its fundamentals, but it contains everything that may be useful for a layman interested in mathematics. One more addition to the Little Mathematics Library series. In this post we … Continue reading
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