Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame, 1971. Later printing. Number two in the "Notre Dame Mathematical Lectures" series. Addresses linear algebra, field theory, and a supplemental section on applications by Milgram. Very Good plus in printed wrappers. Light foxing to the page edges, endpapers and rear panel, light rubbing overall.
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986. First Edition. Published simultaneously in hardcover. Addresses near-linear spaces, linear and projective spaces, quadrangles, and many other subjects. Includes a bibliography and an index. Light foxing to the page edges and endpapers, else Near Fine in printed wrappers.
Oxford: Clarendon Press / Oxford University Press, 1977. Second printing of this edition. Collects over thirty extracts from original writings of mathematicians who helped pioneer graph theory. Includes biographical and bibliographical information. Jacket illustration of a seventeenth-century map of Konigsberg. Very Good plus in a Very Good plus dust jacket. Binding slightly cocked, faint foxing to the page edges, and...
N.p. The Mathematical Association of America, 1972. First printing of the second edition. Volume thirteen of the "Carus Mathematical Monographs" series, and originally published in 1960. Addresses sets, functions, derivatives, compactness, and other subjects. Includes answers to problems and an index. Very Good plus with no dust jacket. Spine ends lightly bumped, slight spine lean, and light foxing to the...
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1918. First Edition. Duodecimo. Includes formulas, tables, and curves for reference, and addresses plane analytic geometry and solid geometry, written by two professors from the University of Pennsylvania. Very Good with no dust jacket. Owner notations in pencil throughout, including several formulas and equations, owner notations in ink on the front endpapers, moderate shelfwear, and light...
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1964. Later printing. Part two of the "Elementary Concepts of Modern Mathematics" series. Addresses calculus in various forms, and includes solutions to problems and an index. Light foxing to the page edges and endpapers, else Near Fine in printed wrappers.
Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1968. First Edition. Published simultaneously in hardcover. Provides an important introduction to the vast, abstract theory, and includes a source list and an index. Very Good plus in printed wrappers. A vertical crease to the front and rear wrappers, a touch of shelfwear, and light foxing overall.
New York: The Macmillan Company, 1963. Later printing. Addresses linear equations, homogeneous Cartesian coordinates, transformations, complex planes, and many other subjects. Includes supplementary reading and an index. Very Good plus lacking the dust jacket. Moderate foxing to the page fore-edges and endpapers, spine ends and corners lightly bumped with slight fraying.
Paris: Gauthier-Villars, 1955. First Edition. Text in French. Very Good plus in gray wrappers. From the library of distinguished philosopher George Farre, with his owner name to the half-title. Book has a three inch closed tear at the front joint, with toning to spine, wrapper, and page edges. A presentable copy.
New York: Dover Publications, 1988. First printing of this edition. Originally published in 1968 by W. B. Saunders Company. Addresses space-time diagrams, time, the Lorentz transformation, form variance, and other subjects. Includes problems for solving and appendices. Light foxing to the page edges, else Near Fine in printed wrappers.
Chichester, England: John Wiley and Sons, 1990. First printing of the second edition. Addresses vectors, kinematics, mechanics principles, linear theory, orbits, and many other subjects. Includes answers and comments on problems presented, supplemental reading, and an index. Light foxing to the page edges, and a light bump to one corner, else Near Fine in printed wrappers.
New York: Hafner, 1967. First Edition. Two volumes. Numbers 22 (Patterns and Configurations) and 23 (Mathematics of Experimental Design) of the "Griffin's Statistical Monographs and Courses" series, edited by Alan Stuart. Addresses abstract algebra, configurations, block designs, Latin squares, and other subjects. Each volume includes solutions to problems, a bibliography, and an index. Moderate foxing to the page edges, endpapers...
Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1978. First UK Edition. Published simultaneously in hardcover. Volume number 106 in the "International Series in Pure and Applied Mathematics," and translated from the Dutch edition, entitled "Verzamelingen."Provides a basic compendium with exercises in Set theory for non-logicians, mathematicians and students, ranging in level from first to third year undergraduate. Very Good plus in printed wrappers. Slight...
Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1962. Second printing. About Fine lacking dust jacket. From the library of distinguished phiolosopher George Farre, with his owner name to the front endpaper, else Fine. An attractive copy.
San Francisco: Holden-Day / University of Chicago, 1964. First American edition, and first edition in English. Designed for students in the upper high school grades and first years of college, containing over 100 problems and detailed solutions. Slight toning overall, with light foxing to the page edges, else Near Fine in illustrated wrappers.