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Mathematical impressions: [1] The cylinder of a continuous mapping [1967]; [2] Homotopy groups of spheres [1971]; [3] A 2-dimensional sphere in 3-dimensional space can be turned inside out [1985]; [4] The remarkable numb

by Fomenko, Anatolii Timofeevich, b. 1945

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Providence (Rhode Island): American Mathematical Society, 1990     ¶ COMPLETE SET of four large posters reproducing three finished drawings 1967-86 and an oil painting 1971, by Anatolii Fomenko, professor of mathematics in the Moscow State University and a leading exponent of mathematics in art.   ||| Together four posters 812 x 601 mm (32 x 24 inches) upright (nos. 1, 3-4) or oblong (no. 2), printed in colors (nos. 1-2) or black and white (3-4) on thick coated stock.  Condition: Very good.  References: Cf Fomenko Mathematical impressions (1990), nos. 51, 233, 242, 253.  Provenance: Serge Gorodetzky (1907-1999), physicist..
  • Bookseller: Jay Dillon Rare Books + Manuscripts US (US)
  • Bookseller Inventory #: L0051
  • Title: Mathematical impressions: [1] The cylinder of a continuous mapping [1967]; [2] Homotopy groups of spheres [1971]; [3] A 2-dimensional sphere in 3-dimensional space can be turned inside out [1985]; [4] The remarkable numb
  • Author: Fomenko, Anatolii Timofeevich, b. 1945
  • Book condition: Used
  • Publisher: American Mathematical Society
  • Place: Providence (Rhode Island)
  • Date published: 1990
  • Keywords: Fomenko Anatolii Timofeevich A T Anatoly Anatoliy Anatolij 1945 Mathematical impressions The cylinder of a continuous mapping Homotopy groups of spheres The remarkable numbers [pi] and e version i A 2-dimensional two-dimensional sphere
  • Bookseller catalogs: Russian Literature; ¶ current; History of Science; Art;


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