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\iteman{ZMATH 2003f.05173}
\itemau{Hilton, Peter; Pedersen, Jean}
\itemti{The unity of mathematics: A casebook comprising practical geometry number theory and linear algebra.}
\itemso{Teach. Math. Comput. Sci. 1, No. 1, 1-34 (2003).}
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We give a sustained example, drawn largely from earlier publications, of how we may freely pursue a line of mathematical enquiry if we are not constrained, unnaturally, to confine ourselves to a single mathematical subdiscipline; and we draw conclusions from the study of this example which are relevant at many levels of mathematical instruction. We also include the statement and proof of a new result (Theorem 4.1) in linear algebra which is obviously fundamental to the geometrical investigation which constitutes the leit-motif of the paper.
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