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old book on learning question

On 12/13/2010 02:37 PM, Eric Chadbourne wrote:
> Probably nobody knows what I'm talking about but...
> Many moons ago a mentor gave me a book to read on how to teach yourself.
>  It wasn't on any specific topic.  The author may have been a
> mathematician.  Maybe written in the 1960's.  Not much to go on.
> The other book the same fellow gave me was 'Calculus Made Easy' by
> Silvanus P. Thompson.  That book rocked.  What one fool can do, another can.
> Thanks for any tips!

Perhaps "how to solve it" by George P?lya?


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