A History of Mathematics: An Introduction

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HarperCollins, 1993 - 786 pàgines
This text grew from the authors' conviction that both prospective school teachers and college teachers of maths need a background in history to be more effective as instructors in the classroom. Prospective instructors gain an appreciation of the contributions of all cultures, and this text explains how mathematics developed over the centuries. Also suitable for those studying maths and science at degree level.

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Victor J. Katz is professor emeritus of mathematics at the University of the District of Columbia. His many books include the textbook, "A History of Mathematics: An Introduction, 2nd ed." (Addison-Wesley). He is the coeditor of "Historical Modules for the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics.

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