By John George Williams
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Every little thing is made up of them, from the furthest reaches of the universe to this booklet that you simply carry on your fingers, together with you. such as you, the weather have lives: personalities and attitudes, skills and shortcomings, tales wealthy with that means. you might imagine of them because the inscrutable letters of the periodic desk yet you recognize them far better than you comprehend.
Gerd Fischer ist Autor der bekannten Lehrbücher "Lineare Algebra" und "Analytische Geometrie" und Professor am Mathematischen Institut der Universität Düsseldorf.
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