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MATH308: Historical Development of Mathematical Concepts and Ideas: Getting Started

Contains background information, major areas of research focused on chronological, geographical or thematic fields. Includes important books, journals and databases in the Morris Library collections.

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Getting Started

This guide was created to provide students who are taking MATH308 Historical Development of Mathematical Concepts and Ideas with a place to begin their research.

These reference sources may help you find good information for this class. This guide is by no means comprehensive; rather, it is intended to serve as a starting point for your research and assignments. For further assistance, contact the subject librarian for mathematics.

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