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The Problem of University Courses on Infinitesimal Calculus and Their Demarcation from Infinitesimal Calculus in High Schools – ERRATUM

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In the above mentioned article [1] unfortunately the names of the translators of Toeplitz's lecture were omitted. The correct title is:

The Problem of University Courses on Infinitesimal Calculus and Their

Demarcation from Infinitesimal Calculus in High Schools

Otto Toeplitz

Translated into English by Michael N. Fried and Hans Niels Jahnke

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Copyright © Cambridge University Press 2015 

In the above mentioned article [Reference Toeplitz1] unfortunately the names of the translators of Toeplitz's lecture were omitted. The correct title is:

The Problem of University Courses on Infinitesimal Calculus and Their

Demarcation from Infinitesimal Calculus in High Schools

Otto Toeplitz

Translated into English by Michael N. Fried and Hans Niels Jahnke

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Toeplitz, Otto (2015). The Problem of University Courses on Infinitesimal Calculus and Their Demarcation from Infinitesimal Calculus in High Schools. Science in Context, 28, pp 297310. doi:10.1017/S0269889715000071.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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