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**1981** by Państwowe Wydawn. Nauk. in Warszawa .

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- Equivalence relations (Set theory)

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Statement | Wanda Szmielew ; prepared for publication by Jerzy Bednarczuk in collaboration with Maria Moszyńska ; translated by Jerzy Bednarczuk and Haragauri N. Gupta. |

Series | Dissertationes mathematicae,, 191 =, Rozprawy matematyczne ;, 191, Rozprawy matematyczne ;, 191. |

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LC Classifications | QA1 .D54 no. 191, QA447 .D54 no. 191 |

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Pagination | 63 p. : |

Number of Pages | 63 |

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Open Library | OL3044920M |

ISBN 10 | 8301023384 |

LC Control Number | 82137698 |

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