Title, Analys i en variabel. Author, Arne Persson. Edition, 2. Publisher, Studentlitteratur, ISBN, , Length, pages. Övningar i Analys i en variabel: särtryck kapitel 0 och 1, appendix A och B. Front Cover. Arne Persson. Studentlitteratur, – 80 pages. Author Lars-Christer Böiers, Arne Persson; Publisher Studentlitteratur; Edition 3; Year ; Weight (grams) g; Course Code MMGF11, LMA, MMG
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