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Volume 116, Number 1, January 2009

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Free Content Why Did Lagrange "Prove" the Parallel Postulate?
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Free Content Overhang
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Free Content Does Lipschitz with Respect to x Imply Uniqueness for the Differential Equation y′ = f(x, y)?
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Free Content A General Lagrange Theorem
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