NIELS HENRIK ABEL and his Times

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NIELS HENRIK ABEL and his Times Book

Everyone with an interest in the history of mathematics and science will enjoy reading this book on one of the most famous mathematicians of the 19th century. The author, who is...

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NIELS HENRIK ABEL and his Times - Arild Stubhaug
pdf | 377 KB | English | Isbn: 366204076X | Author: Arild Stubhaug | Release Date: 2013-04-17
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Everyone with an interest in the history of mathematics and science will enjoy reading this book on one of the most famous mathematicians of the 19th century. The author, who is both a historian and a mathematician, has written the definitive biography of Niels Henrik Abel.
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