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The Ruler In Geometrical Constructions (Popular Lectures In Mathematics Vol. 5) – Smogorzhevskii
In this post, we will see the book The Ruler In Geometrical Constructions by A. S. Smogorzhevskii. This book is Volume 5 of the Popular Lectures In Mathematics series. About the book The study of the constructive power of a … Continue reading
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Little Mathematics Library – Dividing A Line Segment in Given Ratio
There is no branch of mathematics such that one could have the right to say: “I have complete knowledge of this”. The most elementary problem has hidden in it unexpected connections with other problems, and this process of going deeper … Continue reading