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By Steven G. Krantz (Editor) Gary R. Jensen (Editor)

Articles during this e-book conceal a variety of very important subject matters in arithmetic, and are in keeping with talks given on the convention commemorating the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of Washington collage in St. Louis. the amount is prefaced via a quick heritage of the Washington collage division of arithmetic, a roster of these who bought the PhD measure from the dept, and a listing of the Washington collage division of arithmetic school because the founding of the college

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