Mathematical Circles: (Russian Experience)What kind of book is this? It is a book produced by a remarkable cultural circumstance in the former Soviet Union which fostered the creation of groups of students, teachers, and mathematicians called "mathematical circles". The work is predicated on the idea that studying mathematics can generate the same enthusiasm as playing a team sport  without necessarily being competitive. This book is intended for both students and teachers who love mathematics and want to study its various branches beyond the limits of school curriculum. 
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a very good book to start learning logic
logic in structured form
easy to undewrstand
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Mathematical Circles: (Russian Experience) Sergeĭ Aleksandrovich Genkin,Dmitriĭ Vladimirovich Fomin No preview available  1996 
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