A History of Mathematics

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Macmillan & Company, 1893 - Mathematics - 422 pages

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Contents

I
5
II
9
III
16
IV
80
V
96
VI
113
VII
134
VIII
135
XI
195
XII
242
XIII
287
XIV
289
XV
303
XVI
311
XVII
327
XVIII
343

IX
152
X
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XIX
358
XX
369

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