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A seminar in the history of mathematics with an emphasis on problem solving techniques available during different historical periods. The chronological development of mathematics is studied from ancient Egypt and Babylon to the Renaissance, with occasional non-chronological forays into modern mathematics.
One of Mathematics 220, 230, 255 or permission of the instructor. (Fall)