How to do and write math research

Hersh, Reuben
March 1997
Mathematical Intelligencer;Spring97, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p58
Academic Journal
Presents advice on how to conduct and write math research. Steps that should be taken in order to find the idea for the research; First big decision in writing math research; Tips on making math research incomprehensible; How to write an understandable paper. INSET: Mixed motives, by B. Sury..


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