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A Collection of Problems in The Theory of Numbers – Sierpinski
In this post, we will see the book A Collection of Problems in The Theory of Numbers by Waclaw Sierpinski. About the book A Selection of Problems in the Theory of Numbers focuses on mathematical problems within the boundaries … Continue reading
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Tagged arithmetic progressions, difficult problems, elementary problems, fermat numbers, goldbach conjecture, high school, lagrange's theorem, mathematics, mersenne numbers, natural numbers, number theory, patterns, polynomials, prime factors, prime numbers, problem books, problems, solutions
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Sequences and Combinatorial Problems ( Pocket Mathematical Library Workbook 1) Gelfand et al
In this post, we will see the book Sequences And Combinatorial Problems (Pocket Mathematical Library Workbook 1) by S. I. Gelfand; M. L. Gerver; A. A. Kirillov; N. N. Konstantinov; A.G. Kushnirenko. About the book This book has a very … Continue reading
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Tagged combinatorics, differences, high school, mathematics, patterns, problem books, problems, problems and solutions, proof by induction, sequences, series, solutions, soviet, workbooks
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Puppets Without Strings (Science for Everyone) – Varshavsky, Pospelov
In this post, we will see the book Puppets Without Strings: Reflections on the Evolution and Control of Some ManMade Systems by V. I. Varshavsky, D. A. Pospelov. This is another book in the Science For Everyone series. About the … Continue reading
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Tagged automata, behavior, control, decentralisation, feedback, machines, mechanisms, mir books, patterns, puppets, science for everyone, soviet, systems, technology, theory
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This Amazingly Symmetrical World – Tarasov
In this post, we will see the book This Amazingly Symmetrical World by Lev Tarasov. As we had written in the earlier post with Tarasov’s Calculus, which was remade electronically using LaTeX typesetting engine, this is another of his books which have … Continue reading
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Tagged architecture, art, atoms, borders, conservation laws, cpt invariance, crystal, elementary, escher, interactions, lattice, lepton, nature, nuclear physics, ozma, particles, patterns, physics, quantum mechanics, quarks, relativity, symmetry, tesselations, violation
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