Further Chronicles by the Explorers
Series: Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics
Subseries: Readings in Mathematics
Knoebel, A., Laubenbacher, R., Lodder, J., Pengelley, D.
2007, XII, 340 p.
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From the reviews:
"This book is closely related to courses of mathematics held for students at New Mexico State University … . An important aspect of the book is the numerous exercises, which should help students to gain a deeper insight into the presented material. Numerous references and well-organized indices make the book easy to use. It can be recommended for university libraries and students with an interest in the history of mathematics presented from a modern point of view." (EMS Newsletter, September, 2008)
"This book consists of four chapters, each of which presents a ‘sequence of selected primary sources’ leading up to a ‘masterpiece of mathematical achievement’. … Each chapter contains … lots of historical comments sketching the further development of the topic. There are also a lot of exercises. … This is a well written and entertaining book that can (and should) be used in seminars or reading courses." (Franz Lemmermeyer, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1140, 2008)
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