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The story of Gerbert, who became Pope Sylvester II in 999, and his mathematics.

An extension of Al-Karaji's formula for the sum of the cubes by a 19th century Turkish author and journal editor

Fibonacci gave a practical rule for approximating the area of an equilateral triangle.

A popular history of ancient mathematics, dealing with the mathematics of ancient Egypt and Babylonia.

A new history of mathematics text which asks lots of questions about the history and the mathematics.

The earliest known example of a printed book on arithmetic, dates to 1478. Also known as the Art of Calculation.

Thumbnail sketches of statisticians throughout history.

A report on an Australian teacher's use of material from the Rhind Papyrus.

One person possesses 7 asavas horses, another 9 hayas horses, and another 9 camels. Each gives two animals away, one to each of the others.