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Mathematical modelling with Calculus

D. N. Burghes

Mathematical modelling with Calculus

by D. N. Burghes

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Published by Committee on the Teachingof Science, International Council of Scientific Unions in [s.l.] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementD.N. Burghes & M.S. Borrie.
SeriesCo-operation between science teachers and mathematics teachers / ICSU Committee on the Teaching of Science -- 6, Co-operation between science teachers and mathematics teachers -- 6.
ContributionsBorrie, M. S.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13810221M

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