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It is shown how a diagram on the reverse of a Greek coin of Aegina of the fifth century b.c.e., is simply constructed with the help of Proposition 36 of Euclid’s Book on Divisions [of Figures], and it is conjectured in the absence of contemporary evidence that, since Euclid expressly designated...
The “unknown heritage” is the name usually given to a problem type in whose archetype a father leaves to his first son 1 monetary unit and
(n usually being 7 or 10) of what remains, to the second 2 units and
of what remains, and so on. In the end, all sons...
The theory of nonnegative matrices is an example of a theory motivated in its origins and development by purely mathematical concerns that later proved to have a remarkably broad spectrum of applications to such diverse fields as probability theory, numerical analysis, economics, dynamical...
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