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Proofs from The Book [2] Ahlfors, Complex Analysis [3] N.Alon, The Combinatorial Nullstellensatz [4] K.Ball, An Elementary Introduction to Modern Convex Geometry, Pi and the AGM: A Study in Analytic Number Theory and Computational Complexity [7] N.G. de Bruijn, Asymptotic Methods in Analysis [8] N.L. Carothers, A Short Course on Approximation Theory [9] C. Casolo, Corso di Teoria dei Grafi ,

Introduction to Analytic Number Theory [11] Flajolet, Sedgewick, Analytic Combinatorics [12] Flajolet, Salvy, Euler Sums and Contour Integral Representations [13] D.M. Kane, An elementary derivation of the asymptotics of partition functions ,

Theory and Applications of Infinite Series ,

A Classical Introduction to Modern Number Theory [16] Mitrinovic, Pecaric, Fink, Classical and New Inequalities in Analysis, 17] P. Nahin, Inside Interesting Integrals [18] Petrushev, Popov, Rational Approximations of Real Functions ,

The Cauchy-Schwarz Master Class ,

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On a inequality of P.Turán concerning Legendre polynomials [22] A. Treibergs, Mixed Area and the Isoperimetric Inequality ,

A course in Combinatorics [24] Don Zagier The Dilogarithm function [25] Whittaker and Watson, A Course of Modern Analysis [26] Herbert S. Wilf, Generatingfunctionology REFERENCES Postscript. REFERENCES through time, maybe through their readers' contributions, too. I am really grateful to Professor Massimo Caboara to let me build this strange experiment in Mathematics education. My deep gratitude also goes to Greta Malaspina for her several helpful comments and her collaboration in translating these course notes from Italian to English. I am also greatly indebted to many users of Math.Stackexchange that contributed in some way to these notes: in no particular order ,

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