By Carl B. Boyer
"Boyer and Merzbach distill hundreds of thousands of years of arithmetic into this attention-grabbing chronicle. From the Greeks to Godel, the math is fantastic; the forged of characters is exotic; the ebb and circulate of principles is in every single place obvious. And, whereas tracing the improvement of eu arithmetic, the authors don't put out of your mind the contributions of chinese language, Indian, and Arabic civilizations. absolutely, this is--and will lengthy remain--a vintage one-volume background of arithmetic and mathematicians who create it." --William Dunham writer, trip via Genius, the good Theorems of arithmetic "When we learn a publication like A heritage of arithmetic, we get the image of a mounting constitution, ever taller and broader and extra appealing and magnificent--and with a starting place, in addition, that's as untainted and as useful now because it was once whilst Thales labored out the 1st geometrical theorems approximately 26 centuries ago." --From the Foreword by way of Isaac Asimov "One of the main beneficial and entire common introductions to the subject." --J. W. Dauben the town college of latest York "Both readable and scholarly, this publication can function a very good creation to the subject and likewise a reference book." --J. David Bolter college of North Carolina writer of Turing's guy Revised to make it extra available to a normal viewers, A historical past of arithmetic paints a bright photo of humankind's dating with numbers. up to date and multiplied, it now deals broadened insurance of 20th century advances in chance and desktops, and up to date references to additional analyzing. A function that may be of curiosity to each reader is an appendix containing an intensive chronological desk of mathematical and common old advancements.
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A History of Mathematics (2nd Edition) by Carl B. Boyer