## Mathematical Excursions: Side Trips Along Paths Not Generally Traveled in Elementary Courses in Mathematics |

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Helen Merrill Mathematical Excursion

Mathematical Excursions: Side Trips along Paths Not Generally Traveled in Elementary Courses in Mathematics Bruce Humphries, Inc., Boston, 1934. cover page ...

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JSTOR: Mathematical Excursions.

Mathematical Excursions. me Wells. The American Mathematical Monthly, Vol. 40, No. 10, 602-603. Dec., 1933. Mathematical Excursions. By Helen A. Merrill. ...

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