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Old 2016-04-01, 12:14   #1
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The Royal Society keeps their own version of Miscellaneous Math.



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Old 2016-04-01, 12:36   #2
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The Royal Society keeps their own version of Miscellaneous Math.
the page around 4:40 looks to be modular remainders but that's about all I can see right now. edit:sorry I took the crank out of that one. okay technically few comments pointed out errors.

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