# Functional Equations: History, Applications and Theory (Mathematics and Its Applications) by - pdf epub fb2

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**Title:**Functional Equations: History, Applications and Theory (Mathematics and Its Applications)

**ISBN:**1402003293

**ISBN13:**978-1402003295

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**Pages:**246 pages

**Publisher:**Springer; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1984 edition (November 30, 2001)

**Language:**English

**Category:**Science & Math

**Size PDF version:**1624 kb

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**Subcategory:**Mathematics

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