Old and New Unsolved Problems in Plane Geometry and Number by Victor Klee
By Victor Klee
Victor Klee and Stan Wagon talk about a number of the unsolved difficulties in quantity idea and geometry, a lot of which are understood by way of readers with a really modest mathematical historical past. The presentation is geared up round 24 imperative difficulties, lots of that are observed through different, similar difficulties. The authors position every one challenge in its old and mathematical context, and the dialogue is on the point of undergraduate arithmetic. each one challenge part is gifted in elements. the 1st offers an straightforward assessment discussing the background and either the solved and unsolved variations of the matter. the second one half comprises extra information, together with a number of proofs of comparable effects, a much broader and deeper survey of what's recognized concerning the challenge and its family, and a wide number of references. either elements include routines, with ideas. The ebook is aimed toward either academics and scholars of arithmetic who need to know extra approximately well-known unsolved difficulties.
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