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The Trachtenberg speed system of basic mathematics

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The Trachtenberg speed system of basic mathematics

by Cutler, Ann McShane, Rudolph

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SOFTBACK ?PAN MP86,? SHIPPED FROM THE UK.* Edn: 1st. Thus.* Imp. 1st.* Date of Publication: 1965* Publisher: Pan Piper Books Ltd.* Binding and cover condition: Text-illustrated soft card covers. No bumps or rubs. Minimal shelf wear to edges & corners. No creases to spine or hinge (slightly dished). Seems lightly-used. VG* Contents condition: PRIVATE COPY NOT EX-LIBRARY. Clean, crisp, & tight. No annotations, inscriptions or marks to text, slight tanning to paper throughout. VG* Illustrations: Numerous mathematical examples within text throughout.* Product Description:- The late Professor Jakow Trachtenberg founded his now famous Institute of Mathematics in Zurich in 1945, after escaping from a concentration camp in Germany. Originally a refugee from the Russian revolution, his strong opposition to Hitler earned him seven years in various camps, during which time he devised his unique system. Much of the work was done without pencil or paper ? and so most of the steps are performed mentally.* This is a VG copy of the 1st./1st. with minimal age and shelf wear.*

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Bookseller
Cocksparrow Books GB (GB)
Bookseller's Inventory #
3400
Title
The Trachtenberg speed system of basic mathematics
Author
Cutler, Ann McShane, Rudolph
Format/binding
Paperback
Book condition
Used - VG/VG/ND
Quantity-available
1
Edition
1st. Edn. Thus, 1st. Imp.
Binding
Paperback
Publisher
Pan
Place of Publication
London UK 255
Date Published
1965-01-01
Bookseller catalogs
Mathematics;

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