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MATH 3010: History of Mathematics (Knudsen) Spring 2023

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Many different mathematical equations and problems written in white chalk on a dark gray chalkboard

Welcome to your MATH 3010: History of Mathematics guide for library research!  This guide is designed to help you utilize the resources and services available to you from Milne Library, particularly regarding your research in this class.  It is organized by topic using the tabs on the left.

If you have any questions, please always feel free to contact me- I am happy to help! My email address is and my phone number is 607-436-3585. 

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