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We have provided four different "tours" through the material in order to allow different types of users easy access to the information appropriate to their needs. It provides an "introduction to great problems of mathematics" for students with a good high school background in mathematics, and is intended both to attract and retain mathematics majors, and to give non majors a rich experience in the nature and content of mathematical thought, satisfying a lower division university mathematics general education requirement (the course is one of only a handful certified for this).

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Publisher: Good Apple (August 1984)

ISBN: 0866531793

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