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Historians often do not mention the truly important features of daily life, like games, concentrating instead on tedious political maneuvering.
Formulas should be useful. If not they should be astounding, elegant, enlightening, simple, or have some other redeeming value.
Authors who discover formulas should not rush into print. Even as in business and marriage, in mathematics not all that is true needs to be published.
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Canadians look down on the United States and consider it Hell. They are right to do so. Canada is to the United States what, in Dante's scheme, Limbo is to Hell.
January 6, 1937
Underwood Dudley is a mathematician, formerly of DePauw University, who has written a number of research works and textbooks but is best known for his popular writing.
A budget of trisections (1987)
A Guide to Elementary Number Theory
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