History of Modern Mathematics
by David Eugene Smith
History of Modern Mathematics is a comprehensive guide to different theories and strategies of mathematics ranging from Theory of Numbers, Theory of Equations, Complex Numbers, Calculus, Analytical Geometry, and others.
Source: Smith, D.E. (1906). Hisotyr of Modern Mathematics. London: Chapman and Hall.
 Editor's Preface
 Preface to the History of Modern Mathematics.
 Author's Preface
 The author’s preface to the book.
 Article 1: Introduction
 An introduction to the history of mathematics.
 Article 2: Theory of Numbers
 A discussion of the Theory of Numbers and its origin.
 Article 3: Irrational and Transcendent numbers
 A study of irrational and transcendent numbers and how it was first established.
 Article 4: Complex Numbers
 A discussion about complex numbers and an explanation of the theory.
 Article 5: Quaternions and Ausdehnungslehre
 A discussion and explanation of Quaternions and Ausdehnungslehre.
 Article 6: Theory of Equations
 A study of the Theory of Numerical Equations.
 Article 7: Substitutions and Groups
 A look at substitutions and groups.
 Article 8: Determinants
 A discussion of determinants and the theory's origin.
 Article 9: Quantics
 A discussion of the theory of Quantics and its origin.
 Article 10: Calculus
 A discussion of calculus and its origin.
 Article 11: Differential Equations
 A discussion of the Theory of Differential Equations and its origin and importance in mathematics.
 Article 12: Infinite Series
 A discussion of the Theory of Infinite Series and its development.
 Article 13: Theory of Functions
 A discussion of the Theory of Functions and its origin.
 Article 14: Probabilities and Least Squares
 A discussion of probability and least squares as well as the Theory of Probabilities and Errors.
 Article 15: Analytic Geometry
 A look at analytic geometry and its origin.
 Article 16: Modern Geometry
 A discussion of modern geometry and its evolution.
 Article 17: Elementary Geometry
 A look at elementary geometry.
 Article 18: NonEuclidean Geometry
 A discussion of NonEuclidean geometry and its origin and first scientific investigation.
 General Tendencies
 A discussion of the mathematical leaders of the nineteenth century.
 Year Published: 1906
 Language: English
 Country of Origin: United States of America

Readability:
 Flesch–Kincaid Level: 12.0
 Word Count: 3,882
 Genre: Informational
 Keywords: mathematics