A certain gentleman ordered that 90 measures of grain were to be transported from his house to another, 30 leucas distant.

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A history of algebra from its early beginnings to the twentieth century.

There are two columns in the ruins of Persepolis left standing upright; one is 70 ft. above the plane, and the other 50 ft;

An introduction to the work of Venn as well as the work of the author in extending some of Venn's results.

William Cook recounts the history of and computational progress on the traveling salesman problem, emphasizing connections within mathematics and with other disciplines.

An erect pole of 10 cubits has its base moved 6 cubits. Determine the new height and the distance the top of the pole is lowered.

This is the title page of the French edition of Leonhard Euler's text on Algebra. The text was originally published in German in 1767 in St. Petersburg and then translated into French in 1795.

This book demonstrates the relationship between the mathematics in some recently discovered Babylonian tablets and some standard problems from Egyptian mathematics.

Suppose a lighthouse is built on the top of a rock; the distance between a place of observation and that part of the rock level with the eye is 620 yds.

The three sides of a triangular piece of land, taken in order, measure 15, 10, and 13 chains respectively.