e-books in History of Mathematics category
by G. R. Kaye - Thacker, Spink & Co. , 1915
'Indian Mathematics' by George Rusby Kaye is a classic text on the history of mathematics in India. It clarifies the contributions of Hindu mathematicians and traces the exchange of mathematical ideas in the ancient world ...
by George Johnston Allman - Dublin University Press , 1877
The founders of Greek philosophy -- Thales and Pythagoras -- were also the founders of Greek Science, and from the time of Thales to that of Euclid, the development of science was, for the most part, the work of the Greek philosophers ...
by Karl Fink - Open Court Publishing Company , 1900
The book is intended to give students of mathematics an historical survey of the elementary parts of this science and to furnish the teacher of the elements opportunity to review connectedly points for the most part long familiar to him.
by James Gow - Cambridge University Press , 1884
Students and Greek scholars will encounter a chronicle of the development of mathematics, including the decimal scale; Egyptian and Greek arithmetic; theory of numbers; Greek geometry; Egyptian geometry; Euclid, Archimedes, and their successors ...
by Thomas Little Heath , 1920
History and tradition know Archimedes almost exclusively as the inventor of a number of ingenious mechanical appliances. Few have any acquaintance with the details of the original discoveries in mathematics of the greatest mathematician of antiquity.
by Thomas Little Heath - Clarendon Press , 1921
It is the author's confident hope that this book will give a fresh interest to the story of Greek mathematics in the eyes both of mathematicians and of classical scholars. Greek mathematics reveals an important aspect of the Greek genius.
by Steven G. Krantz - Mathematical Association of America , 2006
A series of snapshots of the history of mathematics from ancient times to the twentieth century. The intent is to give the reader a sense of mathematical culture and history. The book abounds with stories, and personalities play a strong role.
by E.T. Bell - Archive.org , 1937
Nature Professor E. T. Bell has written a fascinating book. The amount of biographical details and of mathematics that he has compressed into a volume of 600 pages is extraordinary ... he carries the reader along; he whets the appetite.
by W. B. Frankland - George Newnes , 1902
Euclid was a Greek mathematician, often referred to as the 'Father of Geometry'. His Elements is one of the most influential works in the history of mathematics, serving as the main textbook for teaching mathematics until the early 20th century.
by W. B. Kandasamy, F. Smarandache - Automaton , 2006
In traditional Hinduism, the Vedas are considered divine in origin and are assumed to be revelations from God. In this book the authors probe into Vedic Mathematics and explore if it is really Vedic in origin or Mathematics in content.
by W. W. Rouse Ball - Dover Publications , 1960
This is the classic resource on the history of mathematics providing a deeper understanding of the subject and how it has impacted our culture. From the early Greek influences to the middle ages and the renaissance to the end of the 19th-century.
by Florian Cajori - The MacMillan Company , 1909
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.
by Alexander Macfarlane , 1916
Ten British mathematicians: George Peacock, Augustus De Morgan, Sir William Rowan Hamilton, George Boole, Arthur Cayley, William Kingdon Clifford, Henry John Stephen Smith, James Joseph Sylvester, Thomas Penyngton Kirkman, Isaac Todhunter.
by David Eugene Smith - Columbia University , 1906
This is an outline of the prominent movements in mathematics, presenting a few of the leading names, and calling attention to some of the bibliography of the subject. In these pages the term Mathematics will be limited to the domain of pure science.
by G. Donald Allen - 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.
by John C. Sparks - AuthorHouse , 2008
The book chronologically traces the Pythagorean theorem from the beginning, through 4000 years of Pythagorean proofs. The text presents some classic puzzles, amusements, and applications. An epilogue summarizes the importance of the theorem.
by Peter Duren, Richard A. Askey - American Mathematical Society , 1988
In 100 years the American mathematical community has grown to an influential group that sets the standard for the rest of the world. This book in three volumes depicts the political and mathematical forces that have shaped the AMS in the past century.
by I. Todhunter - Kessinger Publishing, LLC , 2007
History of the probability theory from the time of Pascal to that of Laplace (1865). Todhunter gave a close account of the difficulties involved and the solutions offered by each investigator. His studies were thorough and fully documented.
by Isaac Todhunter - Adamant Media Corporation , 2005
The book traces the progress of the Calculus of Variations during the nineteenth century: Lagrange and and Lacroix, Dirksen and Ohm, Gauss, Poisson, Ostrogradsky, Delaunay, Sarrus, Cauchy, Legendre, Brunacci, and Jacobi.