Reference numberMS/928/2/191
TitleLetter from Bernard Clement Westall, Editorial Department, The Evening News, Carmelite House, London, to Charles Vernon Boys, St Marybourne, Andover
Date3 May 1940
DescriptionThanks Boys for his letter of 24 April [on forming fours] with the ingenious examples included. Westall hopes to return to the subject in a future article with more difficult numbers. He had not come across the gamma function before - it was not referred to in Rouse Ball's 'Mathematical Recreations'.
Physical descriptionOn paper
Access statusOpen
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