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The Copson and Curle lectures

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The Copson and Curle lectures. / Campbell, Colin Matthew; Robertson, Edmund Frederick.

Proceedings of the Conference on the History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics, Miskolc, 2020. ed. / Peter Kortesi. Miskolc : University of Miskolc, 2020.

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Campbell, CM & Robertson, EF 2020, The Copson and Curle lectures. in P Kortesi (ed.), Proceedings of the Conference on the History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics, Miskolc, 2020. University of Miskolc, Miskolc.

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Campbell, C. M., & Robertson, E. F. (2020). The Copson and Curle lectures. In P. Kortesi (Ed.), Proceedings of the Conference on the History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics, Miskolc, 2020 University of Miskolc.

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Campbell CM, Robertson EF. The Copson and Curle lectures. In Kortesi P, editor, Proceedings of the Conference on the History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics, Miskolc, 2020. Miskolc: University of Miskolc. 2020

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Campbell, Colin Matthew ; Robertson, Edmund Frederick. / The Copson and Curle lectures. Proceedings of the Conference on the History of Mathematics and Teaching of Mathematics, Miskolc, 2020. editor / Peter Kortesi. Miskolc : University of Miskolc, 2020.

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