Lectures on the History of Mathematics
by G. Donald Allen
Publisher: Texas A&M University 2003
Exploring the concepts, ideas, and results of mathematics is a fascinating topic. In this course you will see firsthand many of the results that have made what mathematics is today and meet the mathematicians that created them.
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