theory of irrationalities of the third degree by Boris Nikolaevich Delone

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Subjects:

  • Diophantine analysis,
  • Irrational numbers.

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SeriesTranslations of mathematical monographs -- v. 10
ContributionsFaddeev, D. K,
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LC ClassificationsQA242 D3513
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Pagination509p.
Number of Pages509
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