An Introduction to the History of Mathematics
This classic best-seller by a well-known author introduces mathematics history to math and math education majors. Suggested essay topics and problem studies challenge students. CULTURAL CONNECTIONS sections explain the time and culture in which mathematics developed and evolved. Portraits of mathematicians and material on women in mathematics are of special interest.
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Alexandria algebra altitude ancient angle Apollonius approximation Arabic Archimedes arithmetic astronomy Babylonian base Book calculation century China Chinese Chinese mathematics chord computing conic sections construction cube cubic equation curve decimal places Descartes diagonal diameter digits Diophantus divided divisor early Egypt Egyptian Empire equal Eratosthenes Euclid's Elements Euclidean tools Euler Figure formula geometry given circle given line segment Greek Mathematics Hindu inscribed known later length logarithms mathematician method modern multiplication number theory numeral system obtained oikoumene parallelogram perfect numbers perpendicular plane positive integers Problem Study proof Proposition pyramid Pythagorean theorem Pythagorean triples quadratic equation quadratic equation x2 radius rational number rectangle regular polygon Rhind papyrus right triangle Roman roots Show sides solution Solve sphere spherical square straight line straightedge and compasses symbols tablet tangent Thales tion translation treatise trigonometry trisection unit fractions University Press vertex York