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Return to Book Page. The History of Mathematics: An Introduction, Sixth Edition, is written for the one- or two-semester math history course taken by juniors or seniors, and covers the history behind the topics typically covered in an undergraduate math curriculum or in elementary schools or high schools.
Elegantly written in David Burton's imitable prose, this classic text provides rich histo The History of Mathematics: An Introduction, Sixth Edition, is written for the one- or two-semester math history course taken by juniors or seniors, and covers the history behind the topics typically covered in an undergraduate math curriculum or in elementary schools or high schools. Elegantly written in David Burton's imitable prose, this classic text provides rich historical context to the mathematics that undergrad math and math education majors encounter every day.
Burton illuminates the people, stories, and social context behind mathematics' greatest historical advances while maintaining appropriate focus on the mathematical concepts themselves.
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Be the first to ask a question about The History of Mathematics. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. May 17, Jimyanni rated it really liked it Shelves: textbooks. Not, I suppose, a good fit for everyone, but if the reader has any curiosity at all regarding the subject, this is an excellent look at the development of Mathematical thought from ancient times through the present.
The only flaw I can find worth quibbling about is that at times, especially as the subjects being addressed approached the modern era, a certain level of familiarity with the material being discussed was assumed on the part of the reader, such that it was more than passing difficult Not, I suppose, a good fit for everyone, but if the reader has any curiosity at all regarding the subject, this is an excellent look at the development of Mathematical thought from ancient times through the present.
The only flaw I can find worth quibbling about is that at times, especially as the subjects being addressed approached the modern era, a certain level of familiarity with the material being discussed was assumed on the part of the reader, such that it was more than passing difficult to follow the discussion if one wasn't at least passably fluent with set theory, as just one example. Some of the terminology used in these cases without explanation was more than a touch impenetrable, and considering that the topics being discussed were topics that are rarely discussed until at least upper-level undergraduate courses and frequently beyond, it is not unreasonable to expect enough explanation to enable someone without much previous exposure to the concepts to at least understand what is being discussed; because there was not even that much explanation, I would not recommend the last couple of chapters to anyone without at least some graduate level math courses under their belt.
Most of the book, though, did not suffer from this problem and was quite readable. Working my way through thus lovely tome for the fourth or fifth time. I love this bookworking math in the style of those who developed the methods us awesome!!!
Dec 04, John rated it really liked it. Anyone interested in the history of science should try to get their hands on this book. It has been a go-to book for me for the last ten years. There is a lot of propaganda on the web today regarding the role of Islam and the East in the development of Western science and mathematics. My advice on this is to stick with mainstream scholarship on the subject. Islam and the East have certainly had a role to play but as you will find in the pages of this book, it is not nearly as prominent as it see Anyone interested in the history of science should try to get their hands on this book.
Islam and the East have certainly had a role to play but as you will find in the pages of this book, it is not nearly as prominent as it seems fashionable in some fringe circles to suppose.
View 1 comment. Jan 22, Chris Kemp rated it really liked it. Being a textbook, this is not a book for everyone. However, if you are "into" mathematics, and especially love the history of math, and history in general, you'll love it if you put forth the effort. It's full of interesting vignettes about how math evolved, set in the context of what was going on socio-politically at the time.
The lives, hardships, and successes of all the world's greatest mathematicians are discussed. Really quite a fascinating book, in my opinion. Jun 14, Brian rated it liked it Shelves: science.
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It also features an introductory chapter, by its co-editors, on the structure and main points of the book with an outline of recent developments in exploring the role of history and epistemology in mathematics education. It serves as a valuable contribution in this domain, by making reports on recent developments in this field available to the international educational community, with a special focus on relevant research results since The 18 chapters of the book are divided into five interrelated parts that underlie the central issues of research in this domain:. Theoretical and conceptual frameworks for integrating history and epistemology in mathematics in mathematics education;. Empirical investigations on implementing history and epistemology in mathematics education;. History and epistemology of mathematics: Interdisciplinary teaching and sociocultural aspects. This book covers all levels of education, from primary school to tertiary education, with a particular focus on teacher education.
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The area of study known as the history of mathematics is primarily an investigation into the origin of discoveries in mathematics and, to a lesser extent, an investigation into the mathematical methods and notation of the past. Before the modern age and the worldwide spread of knowledge, written examples of new mathematical developments have come to light only in a few locales. From BC the Mesopotamian states of Sumer , Akkad and Assyria , followed closely by Ancient Egypt and the Levantine state of Ebla began using arithmetic , algebra and geometry for purposes of taxation, commerce, trade and also in the patterns in nature , the field of astronomy and to record time and formulate calendars. The earliest mathematical texts available are from Mesopotamia and Egypt — Plimpton Babylonian c. All of these texts mention the so-called Pythagorean triples , so, by inference, the Pythagorean theorem seems to be the most ancient and widespread mathematical development after basic arithmetic and geometry. Chinese mathematics made early contributions, including a place value system and the first use of negative numbers. Many Greek and Arabic texts on mathematics were translated into Latin from the 12th century onward, leading to further development of mathematics in Medieval Europe.
Сердце у Сьюзан бешено забилось. Правильно ли она поняла. Все сказанное было вполне в духе Грега Хейла. Но это невозможно. Если бы Хейлу был известен план Стратмора выпустить модифицированную версию Цифровой крепости, он дождался бы, когда ею начнет пользоваться весь мир, и только тогда взорвал бы свою бомбу, пока все доказательства были бы в его руках. Сьюзан представила себе газетный заголовок: КРИПТОГРАФ ГРЕГ ХЕЙЛ РАСКРЫВАЕТ СЕКРЕТНЫЙ ПЛАН ПРАВИТЕЛЬСТВА ВЗЯТЬ ПОД КОНТРОЛЬ ГЛОБАЛЬНУЮ ИНФОРМАЦИЮ.
Свернув, оно промчалось через ворота Санта-Крус, обломав в узком проезде боковое зеркало. Беккер знал, что он выиграл. Санта-Крус - самый старый район Севильи, где нет проездов между зданиями, лишь лабиринт узких ходов, восходящих еще к временам Древнего Рима. Протиснуться здесь могли в крайнем случае только пешеходы, проехал бы мопед. Беккер когда-то сам заблудился в его узких проходах.
В ТРАНСТЕКСТЕ послышался треск, и Стратмор приступил к решению стоявшей перед ним задачи - вырубить электричество. Рубильник был расположен за фреоновыми насосами слева от тела Чатрукьяна, и Стратмор сразу же его. Ему нужно было повернуть рубильник, и тогда отключилось бы электропитание, еще остававшееся в шифровалке. Потом, всего через несколько секунд, он должен был включить основные генераторы, и сразу же восстановились бы все функции дверных электронных замков, заработали фреоновые охладители и ТРАНСТЕКСТ оказался бы в полной безопасности. Но, приближаясь к рубильнику, Стратмор понял, что ему необходимо преодолеть еще одно препятствие - тело Чатрукьяна на ребрах охлаждения генератора.
Вокруг него бушевала настоящая буря, но в его глазах она увидела смирение. Губы Стратмора приоткрылись, произнеся последнее в его жизни слово: Сьюзан. Воздух, ворвавшийся в ТРАНСТЕКСТ, воспламенился.
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