| Ronald Calinger - Mathematics - 1982 - 742 pages
Appropriate for undergraduate and select graduate courses in the history of mathematics, and in the history of science. This edited volume of readings contains more than 130 ... | |
| Peter M. Higgins - Mathematics - 2011 - 152 pages
Numbers are integral to our everyday lives and feature in everything we do. In this Very Short Introduction Peter M. Higgins, the renowned mathematics writer, unravels the ... | |
| Dirk Jan Struik - Mathematics - 1987 - 228 pages
This compact, well-written history covers major mathematical ideas and techniques from the ancient Near East to 20th-century computer theory, surveying the works of Archimedes ... | |
| Brigham Narins - Mathematics - 2001 - 771 pages
Presents over 1,000 entries covering theories, discoveries, concepts, and definitions, and includes biographical entries on prominent mathematicians from antiquity to the present. | |
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