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 Title Lecture Notes on Mathematical Olympiad Courses: For Junior Section
 Author(s) Jiagu Xu
 Publisher: World Scientific Publishing Company (December 11, 2009); eBook (2010)
 Hardcover/Paperback: 184 pages
 eBook: PDF, 183 pages, 1.0 MB
 Language: English
 ISBN10: 9812707891
 ISBN13: 9789812707895
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Book Description
Olympiad mathematics is not a collection of techniques of solving mathematical problems but a system for advancing mathematical education.
This book is based on the lecture notes of the mathematical Olympiad training courses conducted by the author in Singapore. Its scope and depth not only covers and exceeds the usual syllabus, but introduces a variety concepts and methods in modern mathematics.
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