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Mathematics: Books

Research guide for mathematics

Books | Call Numbers

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A call number is an identification number (consisting of characters and numbers), used to identify and locate materials within a library. Library of Congress Classification - Sciences

QA 1-939 Mathematics
      QA 1-43 General
      QA 47-59 Tables
      QA 71-90 Instruments and machines
      QA 75-76.95 Calculating machines
      QA 75.5-76.95 Electronic computers. Computer science
      QA 76.75-76.765 Computer software
      QA 101-145 Elementary mathematics. Arithmetic
      QA 150-272.5 Algebra
      QA 273-280 Probabilities. Mathematical statistics
      QA 299.6-433 Analysis
      QA 440-699 Geometry. Trigonometry. Topology
      QA 801-939 Analytic mechanics

Interlibrary Loan | Reciprocal Borrowing

Interlibrary Loan

Current Cal State Fullerton students, faculty, and staff may borrow books, journal articles, and other library materials from partner lending libraries if the Pollak Library does not own a copy of a requested item.  All Interlibrary Loan (ILL) requests are processed electronically through our ILLiad service.

Questions about interlibrary loan


Reciprocal Borrowing

All CSU libraries have reciprocity with one another, though local lending rules will apply. On top of this, the Pollak Library has reciprocal lending agreements with several other local libraries. Please obtain an authorization letter from the Circulation Desk (1st floor, Library North) before visiting any of the listed libraries.

Questions about reciprocal borrowing

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