| I. Grattan-Guinness - Mathematics - 1997 - 817 pages
Details the evolution of arithmetic, geometry, trigonometry, and algebra, and explores the interconnections among mathematics, physics, and mathematical astronomy | |
| I. Grattan-Guinness - Mathematics - 2003 - 1806 pages
Mathematics is one of the most basic -- and most ancient -- types of knowledge. Yet the details of its historical development remain obscure to all but a few specialists. The ... | |
| I. Grattan-Guinness, H. J. M. Bos - Mathematics - 2000 - 306 pages
From the Calculus to Set Theory traces the development of the calculus from the early seventeenth century through its expansion into mathematical analysis to the developments ... | |
| Frank Swetz - Mathematics - 1995 - 303 pages
How to use history to teach mathematics; for high school and college teachers. | |
| Jens Høyrup - Mathematics - 1994 - 430 pages
Jens Hoyrup, recognized as the leading authority in social studies of pre-modern mathematics, here provides a social study of the changing mode of mathematical thought through ... | |
| Carl B. Boyer, Uta C. Merzbach - Mathematics - 2011 - 688 pages
The updated new edition of the classic and comprehensive guide to the history of mathematics For more than forty years, A History of Mathematics has been the reference of ... | |
| Victor J. Katz - Mathematics - 2000 - 261 pages
This volume examines how the history of mathematics can find application in the teaching of mathematics itself. | |
| Roger L. Cooke - Mathematics - 2011 - 632 pages
This new edition brings the fascinating and intriguing history of mathematics to life The Second Edition of this internationally acclaimed text has been thoroughly revised ... | |
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