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A wealth of numbers : an anthology of 500 years of popular mathematics writing

Autor: Benjamin Wardhaugh
Editorial: Princeton : Princeton University Press, ©2012.
Edición/Formato:   Libro-e : Documento : Inglés (eng)Ver todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Despite what we may sometimes imagine, popular mathematics writing didn't begin with Martin Gardner. In fact, it has a rich tradition stretching back hundreds of years. This entertaining and enlightening anthology--the first of its kind--gathers nearly one hundred fascinating selections from the past 500 years of popular math writing, bringing to life a little-known side of math history. Ranging from the late  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Electronic books
Formato físico adicional: Print version:
Wealth of numbers.
Princeton : Princeton University Press, c2012
(DLC) 2011038672
(OCoLC)755640747
Tipo de material: Documento, Recurso en Internet
Tipo de documento: Recurso en Internet, Archivo de computadora
Todos autores / colaboradores: Benjamin Wardhaugh
ISBN: 9781400841981 1400841984
Número OCLC: 782925095
Descripción: 1 online resource.
Contenido: Cover; Contents; Preface; 1 ""Sports and Pastimes, Done by Number"": Mathematical Tricks, Mathematical Games; The Well Spring of Sciences: Humfrey Baker, 1564; Mathematical Recreations: Henry van Etten, 1633; ""How Prodigiously Numbers Do Increase"": William Leybourne, 1667; Profitable and Delightful Problems: Jacques Ozanam, 1708; Lotteries and Mountebanks: L. Despiau, 1801; Dodging the Mastodon and the Plesiosaurus: Henry Ernest Dudeney, 1917; ""Plenty of Interesting Things to Be Discovered"": NRICH, 1998-2004; 2 ""Much Necessary for All States of Men"": From Arithmetic to Algebra Addition and Subtraction: Robert Recorde, 1543Multiplication and Division: Thomas Masterson, 1592; Reducing Fractions: John Tapp, 1621; Decimal Fractions: Edward Hatton, 1695; Extracting Square Roots: William Banson, 1760; The Rule of Three: Wardhaugh Thompson, 1771; The Rule of Three, in Verse: Nathan Withy, 1792; ""The First Analysts"": Joseph Fenn, 1775; Quadratic Equations: The Popular Educator, 1855; Cubic Equations for the Practical Man: J. E. Thompson, 1931; 3 ""A Goodly Struggle"": Problems, Puzzles, and Challenges; The Ladies' Diary: 1798; The Girl's Own Book: Lydia Marie Child, 1835 The Boy's Own Magazine: 1855""The Analyst"": 1874; Can You Solve It?: Arthur Hirschberg, 1926; Mathematical Challenges: 1989; 4 ""Drawyng, Measuring and Proporcion"": Geometry and Trigonometry; Points and Lines: Robert Recorde, 1551; Squares and Triangles: Thomas Rudd, 1650; Pythagoras's Theorem: Edmund Scarburgh, 1705; Trigonometrical Definitions: Edward Wells, 1714; The Resolution of Triangles: Hugh Worthington, 1780; Introduction to Spherical Geometry: Horatio Nelson Robinson, 1854; Napier's Rules: Alan Clive Gardner, 1956 5 Maps, Monsters, and Riddles: The Worlds of Mathematical PopularizationThe Athenian Mercury: 1691-1697; Newton for the Ladies: Francesco Algarotti, 1739; Maps and Mazes: W. W. Rouse Ball, 1892; ""Einstein's Real Achievement"": Oliver Lodge, 1921; Riddles in Mathematics: Eugene P. Northrop, 1945; Fermat's Last Theorem: Hans Rademacher and Otto Toeplitz, 1957; Where Does It End?: Dan Pedoe, 1958; Yamátárájabhánasalagám: Sherman K. Stein, 1963; Saddles and Soap Bubbles: Iakov Isaevich Khurgin, 1974; ""The Monster"" Unveiled: The Times, 1980 6 ""To Ease and Expedite the Work"": Mathematical Instruments and How to Use Them""Cards for the Sea"": Martín Cortés, 1561; Making a Horizontal Sundial: Thomas Fale, 1593; Speaking-Rods: Seth Partridge, 1648; Telescopes Refracting and Reflecting: The Juvenile Encyclopedia, 1800-1801; Scales Simple and Diagonal: J. F. Heather, 1888; Making a Star Clock: Roy Worvill, 1974; PC Astronomy: Peter Duffet-Smith, 1997; 7 ""How Fine a Mind"": Mathematicians Past; The Labyrinth and Abyss of Infinity: Voltaire, 1733; ""It Must Have Commenced with Mankind"": Charles Hutton, 1796
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An anthology that gathers together nearly one hundred selections from the past 500 years of popular math writing. Ranging from the late fifteenth to the late twentieth century, and drawing from  Leer más

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