... could often do things much better than my teachers; and even at Cambridge I found, though naturally much less frequently, that I could sometimes do things better than the College lecturers. But I was really quite ignorant, even when I took the Tripos,... A Course of Pure Mathematics Centenary Edition - Page 6by G. H. Hardy - 2008 - 509 pagesLimited preview - About this book
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