By Tucker McElroy
It truly is tricky to judge modern mathematicians with no the good thing about a retrospective standpoint, separated via numerous many years. This complete single-volume A-to-Z reference covers either the previous and current scientists who've considerably contributed to the sector of arithmetic. together with the entire vital mathematicians, in addition to different lesser-known folks within the box who made severe contributions, this inclusive reference covers the most important parts of algebra, research, geometry, and foundational statisticians. targeted good points contain indexes through box of specialization, nationality, and topic region; a worthwhile bibliography; and appendixes directory the mathematicians coated through kingdom of beginning, nation of labor, box of specialization, nationality, and topic zone. masking extraordinary mathematicians from antiquity to the current, this is often a great reference for center and highschool scholars.
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