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Mathematical Handbook – Higher Mathematics – Vygodsky
In this post, we will see the book Mathematical Handbook – Higher Mathematics by M. Vygodsky. We had earlier seen the Mathematical Handbook – Elementary Mathematics by the same author. About the book This handbook is a continuation of the … Continue reading
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Stories About Sets – Vilenkin
In this post, we will see the book Stories About Sets N. Ya. Vilenkin. About the book I want to tell the reader about the theory of sets in the same way, in which I learned it, by following the … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra of sets, boolean algebra, cantor curves, cardinality of sets, countable sets, devil's staircase, dimensions, domains without area, enigmatic axiom, functions, intersection of sets, mathematics, operations on sets, properties of infinite sets, properties of sets, remarkable curves, set theory, sets and elementary mathematics, transcendental numbers, union of sets, universal set
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