Introduction to Mathematics History

Content Description

Almost all of the fifteenth chapters of this book has been widely broadening and enormous, and there are many improvements, and it cannot be listed here. Among them, there is a major improvement place: Chapter 5 discusses the content of "original" in Europe; Chapter 7, the entire treatment of Chinese mathematics; Chapter 9, for logarithmic processing; Chapter 12 About A NEZ and Du Charite's entire new section; Chapter 13 tells the contribution of the geometric representation of Ponte and Whesel; Chapter 13 is a new one added to Temns and Someri One: Chapter 13 is a new section added to Policino; Chapter 13 has a significant expansion of the information on the liberation of geometries in the 19th century; Chapter 14 is exactly overwriting and expanding in a section of the differential geometry; Chapter 14 adds information about Chishom and Stekt; predicts the prospects of mathematics at the last new section of this book.

This book is a major supplement written by Jamie Eves. This is written in order to meet the requirements of the earlier users of this book, they believe that putting the mathematics history of different era and the time in a more profound civilization, will help students understand. Smart students should carefully read their civilized backgrounds before they explore some historical information. This book adds 10 new pictures and 16 photos of 16 digitists. Finally, reference is also greatly expanded.

Book catalog


The first part of the 17th century

Civilization background I: Hunter of the prairie (Stone Age - - About 500,000 BC 1 BC 3000 3000)

Chapter 1

1.1 Original Count

1.2 Co-reference

< P> 1.3 hand index and writing number

1.4 simple population number

1.6 multiplication group system

1.6 word code number

1.7 Positioning Series

1.8 Early Calculation

1.9 Indian Arabic Duplex

1.10 Any Base


1.1 Number

1.2 Book Description

1.3 Dictory of the Greek word code

1.4 Ancient and hypotheses

1.5 hand index

1.6 cardinal score

1.7 Other port systems

1.8 About different entry system translation

1.9 binary game

1.10 digital game

papers topic


civilized background II: Agricultural revolution ( The birthplace of civilization - approximately 3,000 BC - 525 BC) ....

Chapter 2 Babylon and Eucalyptus Mathematics

2. Ancient Oriental

2.2 Original Information

2.3 Business Mathematics and Agricultural Teaching

2.4 Geometric School

2.5 - generation Mathematics

2.6 Prin 322

2.7 Original Data and Annificent

2.8 Moderates and Mathematics

2.9 Geometric School

2.10 Land Paper Grass Book A wonderful problem

problem research

2.1 regular efficiency

2.2 Deli

2.3 Double Skull equation

2.4 algebraic geometry

2.5 Sovo Board

2.6 three equations

2.7 square root approximate value

2.8 double and Stading

2.9 Unit Score

2.10 Silvester method

2.11 pyramid

2.12 Egyptian Mathematics

2.13 Egypt Geometry

2.4 Most Maxi Jinyu Tower

2.5 Moscow Paper Books

2.6 3, 4, 5 Triangular /> (P> Papers, Cairo Mathematics Paper Book



Civilization Background III: Philosophers in the market (ancient Greek era - About 336 BC 336 BC 336)

Chapter 3 Pythagorass School Mathematics

3.1 Certification Mathematics Birth


Chapter 4 times cube, three-class decomposition and circular circle problem

civilized background IV: Civilization World (Persi Empire - 500 BC - BC 300 years; Greek Times - 336 BC - 31 BC; Roman Empire - 31 BC 31 - AD 476)

Chapter 5 Ou Ji and Its " Originally "

Chapter 6, the Greek Mathematics after the Greek Mathematics

Civilized Background V: Abeiji Auto (China before 1260: India before 1206; Islamic Culture) Rise - 622 to 1258)

Chapter 7 China, India and Arab Mathematics

Civilization Background VI: Servants, Lord and Pope (European Middle Ages - 476 to 1492

Chapter 8 From 500 to 1600 European Mathematics

The second part 17th century and later

civilized background VII: Purseans and sailors (Expansion of Europe - 1492 to 1700)

Chapter 9 Modern Mathematics Start

Chapter 10 Analysis of Geometric and Co - Points Other Development

Chapter 11 Corporation and Related Concepts

Civilization Background VIII: Middle Class Rebellion (18th Century in Europe)

Chapter 12 18th Century Mathematics and Micro Further exploration of points

Civilization background ⅸ: Industrial Revolution (19th Century)

Chapter 13 19th Century Early Mathematics, Geometric and Mathematics Liberation

Chapter 14 19th Century Mathematics and Analysis of Mathematics and Analysis

Civilization Background X: Atomic and Textile Cars (20th Century)

Chapter 15 Enter the 20th Century

General reference

Year watch

question research answer and prompt


Editing mobile phone

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