# A History of Mathematics: An Introduction (2nd Edition) by Victor J. Katz

By Victor J. Katz

Presents a global view of arithmetic, balancing old, early smooth and smooth heritage. difficulties are taken from their unique assets, permitting scholars to appreciate how mathematicians in a variety of occasions and locations solved mathematical difficulties. during this new version a extra international standpoint is taken, integrating extra non-Western insurance together with contributions from Chinese/Indian, and Islamic arithmetic and mathematicians. an extra bankruptcy covers mathematical concepts from different cultures. *Up thus far, makes use of the result of very fresh scholarship within the heritage of arithmetic. *Provides summaries of the arguments of all very important rules within the box.

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