A Discourse Concerning Algebra: English Algebra to 1685
Oxford University Press, 2002 - 294 pàgines
A Discourse Concerning Algebra, provides a new and readable account of the rise of algebra in England from the Medieval period to the later years of the 17th Century.Stedall's book follows the reception and dissemination of important algebraic ideas and methods from continental Europe and the consequent revolution in the state of English mathematics in the 17th century.
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1 A large discourse concerning algebra
2 How algebra was entertained and cultivated in Europe
William Oughtreds Clavis
Thomas Harriot and his Treatise on equations
uncovering the mathematics of John Pell
John Walliss Arithmetica infinitorum
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