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The Dewey Decimal system is a classification system used by libraries to arrange books by subject. Each book is issued a shelfmark number, which is placed on the spine of the book and arranged in numerical order. After the numbers, there are three letters that refer to the author or editor of the book and are in alphabetical order.
Here are some key shelfmarks for your subject area.
|| History of Mathematics
|| Mathematical Modelling
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