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[pt. 1].Introduction : the origin of the coordinates Introduction Advice : how to read this book Theorigin of the coordinates [pt. 2]. Thefoundation problems : 1, 2, 10 Set theory, anyone I am lying (mathematics is consistent) Theperfect spy : how many real numbers are there Can't we do this with a computer [pt. 3]. Thefoundations of specific areas ; 3, 4, 5, 6 In the original Distance Something for nothing On again, off again : physics and math [pt. 4].Number theory : 7, 8, 9, 11, 12 First, state the tune Transcending local conditions Theinordinate allure of the prime numbers Castles of air [pt. 5].Algebra and geometry : a miscellany : 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 What is algebra Schubert's variety show Graph that curve How many kinds of crystals are there, and does the grocer know how to stack oranges [pt. 6]. Theanalysis problems : 13, 19. 20, 21, 22, 23 Analysis takes at least seven years How famous can a function theorist be Schools amid turbulence Past Chernaya Rechka, to 61 Savushkina Street Work on it [pt. 7].We come to our census Census.