Advanced High-School Mathematics (David B. Surowski)

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Advanced High-School Mathematics (David B. Surowski)

a textbook on advanced mathematics that is entertaining and accessible to a relatively seasoned high school student. Topics include series and ordinary differential equations, discrete mathematics, abstract algebra, and inferential statistics.

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