Volume II of a two-part series, this book features 74 problems from various branches of mathematics. Ranging from relatively simple to extremely difficult, their topics include points and lines, topology, convex polygons, theory of primes, nondecimal counting, and other subjects. Suitable for student... read more
Challenging Mathematical Problems 2 Vol Set by Dover Save Over 11%! This 2-volume set of Challenging Mathematical Problems with Elementary Solutions features over 170 challenging problems ranging from the relatively simple to the extremely difficult.
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Volume II of a two-part series, this book features 74 problems from various branches of mathematics. Ranging from relatively simple to extremely difficult, their topics include points and lines, topology, convex polygons, theory of primes, nondecimal counting, and other subjects. Suitable for students, teachers, and any lover of mathematics. Complete solutions.
Reprint of the Holden Day, San Francisco, 1964 and 1967 editions.
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