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Dynamics of Universe in Problems

@inproceedings{Bolotin2009DynamicsOU,
  title={Dynamics of Universe in Problems},
  author={Yu.L. Bolotin and V. A. Cherkaskiy and Glib I. Ivashkevych and O. A. Lemets and I. V. Tanatarov and D. A. Yerokhin},
  year={2009}
}
To our best knowledge, there are no problem books on cosmology yet, that would include its spectacular recent achievements. We believe there is a strong need for such now, when cosmology is swiftly becoming a strict and vast science, and the book would be extremely useful for the youth pouring in this area of research. Indeed, the only way to rise over the popular level in any science is to master its alphabet, that is, to learn to solve problems. Of course, most of modern textbooks on… 
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