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Mathematics in Ancient Greece

Tobias Dantzig - Mathematics - 2006 - 191 pages
Originally published: New York: Scribner, 1955.
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Mathematics in Ancient Greece

Tobias Dantzig - Mathematics - 2012 - 192 pages
Written by a specialist in interpreting science for lay readers, this lively book recounts the human story behind mathematics, including the insights of such thinkers as Euclid ...
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From Zero to Infinity: What Makes Numbers Interesting

Constance Reid - Mathematics - 2006 - 208 pages
From Zero to Infinity is a combination of number lore, number history, and sparkling descriptions of the simply stated but exceedingly difficult problems posed by the most ...
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An Introduction to Mathematical Reasoning

Peter J. Eccles - Mathematics - 1997 - 350 pages
This book eases students into the rigors of university mathematics. The emphasis is on understanding and constructing proofs and writing clear mathematics. The author achieves ...
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Numbers: A Very Short Introduction

Peter M. Higgins - Mathematics - 2011 - 132 pages
In this Very Short Introduction Peter M. Higgins presents an overview of the number types featured in modern science and mathematics. Providing a non-technical account, he ...
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History of mathematics

Arthur Gittleman - Mathematics - 1975 - 291 pages
Traces the origins and development of arithmetic, geometry, trigonometry, analytic geometry, and calculus from the ancient civilizations to the present
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Aventure des nombres

Gilles Godefroy - Mathematics - 2004 - 194 pages
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Number: From Ahmes to Cantor

Midhat J. Gazalé - Mathematics - 2000 - 297 pages
In his companion volume to "Gnomon: From Pharaohs to Fractals, " Gazale introduces some of the most fascinating characters in mathematical history, from Ahmes the Egyptian ...
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Numbers and Infinity: A Historical Account of Mathematical Concepts

E. H. Sondheimer, Alan Rogerson - Mathematics - 2006 - 172 pages
This fresh overview of numbers and infinity avoids tedium and controversy while maintaining historical accuracy and modern relevance. Perfect for undergraduate mathematics or ...
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