History of Mathematics

ISBN-10: 0130190748

ISBN-13: 9780130190741

Edition: 2002

Authors: Jeff Suzuki
List price: $117.80
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Description: For junior and senior level undergraduate courses, this text attempts to blend relevant mathematics and relevant history of mathematics, giving not only a description of the mathematics, but also explaining how it has been practiced through time.

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Book details

List price: $117.80
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 10/31/2001
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 832
Size: 8.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 3.300
Language: English

Egyptian Mathematics
Numeration
Arithmetic Operations
Problem Solving
Geometry
Babylonian Mathematics
Numeration and Computation
Problem Solving
Geometry
Greek Arithmetic
Numeration and Computation
The Pythagoreans
The Irrational
Pre-Euclidean Geometry
Thales and Pythagoras
The Athenian Empire
The Age of Plato
TheElements
Deductive Geometry
Rectilinear Figures
Parallel Lines
Geometric Algebra
Circles
Ratio and Proportion
The Quadratic Equation
Number Theory
The Method of Exhaustion
Book XIII
Archimedes and Apollonius
Circles
Spheres, Cones, and Cylinders
Quadratures
Large Numbers
Vergings and Loci
Apollonius'sConics
Loci and Extrema
Roman Era
Numeration and Computation
Geometry and Trigonometry
Heron of Alexandria
Diophantus
The Decline of Classical Learning
China and India
Chinese Numeration and Computation
Practical Mathematics in China
Indian Problem Solving
Indian Geometry
The Islamic World
Numeration and Computation
Al Khwarizami
Other Algebras
Geometry and Trigonometry
Medieval Europe
The Early Medieval Period
Leonardo of Pisa
The High Middle Ages
Nicholas Oresme
Renaissance
Trigonometry
The Rise of Algebra
The Cossists
Simon Stevin
Francois Viete
The Development of Logarithms
The Era of Descartes and Fermat
Algebra and Geometry
Number Theory
The Infinite and Infinitesimals
The Tangent and Quadrature Problems
Probability
The Sums of Powers
Projective Geometry
The Era of Newton and Leibniz
John Wallis
Issac Barrow
The Low Countries
Isaac Newton
Fluxions
Leibniz
Johann Bernoulli
Probability and Statistics
Jakob Bernoulli
Abraham De Moivre
Daniel Bernoulli
Paradoxes and Fallacies
Simpson
Bayes's Theorem
Analysis
Leonhard Euler
Calculus Textbooks
Mathematical Physics
Trigonometric Series
Algebra
Newton and Algebra
Maclaurin
Euler and Algebra
Number Theory
Euler and Fermat's Conjectures
The Berlin Years
Return to St. Petersburg
The Revolutionary Era
Analysis
Algebra and Number Theory
Probability and Statistics
Mathematics of Society
The Age of Gauss
The Roots of Equations
Solvability of Equations
The Method of Least Squares
Number Theory
Geometry
Analysis to Midcentury
Foundation of Analysis
Abel
Fourier Series
Transcendental Numbers
Chebyshev
Geometry
Analytic and Projective Geometry
Differential Geometry
The Fifth Postulate
Consistency of Geometry
Analysis After Midcentury
Analysis in Germany
The Real Numbers
The Natural Numbers
The Infinite
Dynamical Systems
Algebras
The Algebra of Logic
Vector Algebra
Matrix Algebra
Groups
Algebra in Par
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