2 edition of Who was who in America (integrated intermediate problem solving) found in the catalog.
Who was who in America (integrated intermediate problem solving)
Peter Winslow Gray
by Adventures in Mathematics and Science for Children (AMSC)
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||45|
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The 13 Cited by: Who’s Who in America: A Biographical Dictionary of Notable Living Men and Women, first published in Chicago (), is issued biennially, thoroughly revised. It is considered the standard, authoritative work of Who was who in America book biography for the United States, and it has included, sincesome prominent.
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Please Note: This volume includes several pages toward the middle and in the back. Book Condition: Very Good Condition. Item is well taken care of. Item is well taken care of.
Item may have minor cosmetic defects (such as marks, wears, or bends) on the cover, spine, or pages/5(3). Marquis Who’s Who was established in and promptly began publishing biographical data in More than years ago, our founder, Albert Nelson Marquis, established a standard of excellence with the first publication of Who’s Who in America.
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