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Название: American Mathematical Monthly, volume 117, number 3, March 2010
Автор: Daniel J. Velleman
The MONTHLY publishes articles, as well as notes and other features, about mathematics and the pro- fession. Its readers span a broad spectrum of math- ematical interests, and include professional mathe- maticians as well as students of mathematics at all collegiate levels. Authors are invited to submit articles and notes that bring interesting mathematical ideas to a wide audience of MONTHLY readers.
The MONTHLY’s readers expect a high standard of exposition; they expect articles to inform, stimulate, challenge, enlighten, and even entertain. MONTHLY articles are meant to be read, enjoyed, and dis- cussed, rather than just archived. Articles may be expositions of old or new results, historical or bi- ographical essays, speculations or definitive treat- ments, broad developments, or explorations of a sin- gle application. Novelty and generality are far less im- portant than clarity of exposition and broad appeal. Appropriate figures, diagrams, and photographs are encouraged.Notes are short, sharply focused, and possibly infor- mal. They are often gems that provide a new proof of an old theorem, a novel presentation of a familiar theme, or a lively discussion of a single issue.