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The Mathematician's Quest for Superlatives Part I
The Mathematician's Quest for Superlatives . . .from geometrical and caculus considerations ... Fairfield, CT 06430, email: macdonnell@fair1.fairfield.edu ...
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Sessions Woods, November 23, 2003 Course Setter: Gari Williams ...
Kathy Westmorland, 52.53. Rick Prior, 67.25. Stephen Csinsi, 67.25. Jim Turner, 67.25. Peter Perez, Troop 45, 81.40. Buccaroli, 82.40. Hayse, 100.17 ...
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Wealth Distribution
There is very little data about the distribution of wealth in America. ... two quite different views of the amount of inequality in American society. ...
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Wealth Distribution
What is happening to the concentration of wealth in America? Are we experiencing increasing equality, increasing inequality, or not much change? ...
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Wealth Distribution
*For those interested in reading a very good study of wealth distribution in the US, please see Edward N. Wolff's "Recent Trends in Household Wealth in the ...
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Wealth Distribution
*For those interested in reading a very good study of wealth distribution in the US, please see Edward N. Wolff's "Recent Trends in Household Wealth in the ...
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Wealth Distribution
There is very little data about the distribution of wealth in America. ... Edward N. Wolff's "Recent Trends in Household Wealth in the United States: Rising ...
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Wealth Distribution
There is very little data about the distribution of wealth in America. ... Edward N. Wolff's "Recent Trends in Household Wealth in the United States: Rising ...
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The Life of St. Ignatius Loyola
The sketches were made by the Society's good friend, Peter Paul Rubens who greatly desired to help in the cause of the canonization of Ignatius Loyola. ...
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