A History of Mathematics by Florian Cajori

A History of Mathematics

A History of Mathematics
by Florian Cajori

Publisher: The MacMillan Company 1909
ISBN/ASIN: 1117503526
Number of pages: 556

The history of mathematics is important as a valuable contribution to the history of civilization. Human progress is closely identified with scientific thought. Mathematical and physical researches are a reliable record of intellectual progress. The history of mathematics is one of the large windows through which the philosophic eye looks into past ages and traces the line of intellectual development.

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