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| Herbert Edelsbrunner - Mathematics - 2001 - 177 pages
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| Kevin P Knudson - Mathematics - 2015 - 196 pages
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| John Stillwell - Mathematics - 1993 - 334 pages
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| William F. Basener - Mathematics - 2006 - 339 pages
Discover a unique and modern treatment of topology employing across-disciplinary approach Implemented recently to understand diverse topics, such as cellbiology ... | |
| L.Christine Kinsey - Mathematics - 1997 - 281 pages
" . . . that famous pedagogical method whereby one begins with the general and proceeds to the particular only after the student is too confused to understand even that anymore ... | |
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