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From zero to infinity

what makes numbers interesting

5th ed.
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This edition was published in by A K Peters in Wellesley, Mass.

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Cover of: From zero to infinity
From zero to infinity: what makes numbers interesting
2006, A K Peters
in English - 5th ed.
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From Zero to Infinity: What Makes Numbers Interesting (Spectrum Series)
April 1992, Mathematical Assn of America
Paperback in English - 4th edition
Cover of: From zero to infinity
From zero to infinity: what makes numbers interesting
1992, Mathematical Association of America
in English - 4th ed
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From zero to infinity: what makes numbers interesting.
1965, Routledge & Kegan Paul
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From zero to infinity: what makes numbers interesting.
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From zero to infinity: what makes numbers interesting.
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From zero to infinity: what makes numbers interesting.
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From zero to infinity: what makes numbers interesting.
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From zero to infinity: what makes numbers interesting.
1960, Crowell
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From zero to infinity.
1956, Routledge & Kegan Paul
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From zero to infinity

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ZERO IS THE FIRST OF TEN SYMBOLS-the digits-with which we are able to represent any of an infinitude of numbers.
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From zero to infinity

what makes numbers interesting

5th ed.

This edition was published in by A K Peters in Wellesley, Mass.


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Dewey Decimal Class
510
Library of Congress
QA93 .R42 2006, QA93.R42 2006

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Pagination
p. cm.

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OL3411777M
ISBN 10
1568812736
ISBN 13
9781568812731
LC Control Number
2005027860
Library Thing
1367611
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675625

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