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Origin and Development of Mathematics

 
R.B. Singh (Author)
Synopsis This book chronicles and highlights the major developments in the evolution of mathematics into the subject we know today. Mathematics is as old as civilization itself, and its history is as fascinating as its study and pursuit, and is primarily an investigation into the origin of discoveries in mathematics.  The book makes a conscientious effort to present the history of mathematics in as interesting a manner as possible, traversing through civilizations and ages to depict its growth. The content is highly fact and trivia-based, serving to be of interest for history lovers. Short biographies of eminent mathematics have also been included, who have made valuable contributions to this field. A brief discussion on the present status and future prospects of mathematics has also been embarked upon. It is hoped that the compendious and informative nature of the book renders itself highly insightful for the readers.
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About the author

R.B. Singh

R.B. Singh is presently Reader Department of Geography, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. He has to his credit 26 books and about 150 research papers. The UNESCO/ISSC (Paris) awarded him 1998 Research and Study Grants Award in Social and Human Sciences. He has also presented papers in international seminars in more than 30 countries related to emerging frontiers of geography like disaster management, GIS, remote sensing, environmental studies, climate variability and urban and regional development.

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Title Origin and Development of Mathematics
Author R.B. Singh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 02.04.2008
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8189942625
length viii+290p.