A History of Japanese Mathematics
This survey highlights the leading features in the development of the wasan, the Japanese system of mathematics. Topics include the use of the abacus; the application of sangi, or counting rods, to algebra; the yenri, or circle principle; the work of Seki Kowa, Ajima Chokuyen and Wada Nei; more. 1914 edition. Includes 74 figures.
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