# Oliver Kellogg

This paper provides a biography of Oliver Kellogg, and his book, “Foundations of Potential Theory”.

Read ArticleThis paper provides a biography of Oliver Kellogg, and his book, “Foundations of Potential Theory”.

Read ArticleHand mathematical calculations vs computer math. Brief history.

Read ArticleA brief history of modern geometry.

Read ArticleThis paper takes a look at this mathematical theorem and how it has fascinated mathematicians for hundreds of years.

Read ArticleThis paper describes the interesting phenomenon called Fermat’s Last Theorem, written in layman’s terms.

Read ArticleThis paper shows how the ancient civilizations contributed to the development and advancement of mathematics, a science which could be considered as old as humanity itself. It documents the way mathematics has grown over the centuries thanks to the work and dedication of hard working scientists that have given us the privilege of enjoying the discoveries that they made centuries ago. A description is given of the names and works of mathematicians such as Pythagoras, Democritus, Hippocrates and so many others that promoted the development of mathematics. “The first civilization that used mathematics in an organized way was the Babylonians and the Egyptians. They started to develop this science at …..

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Read ArticleA description of Newton’s creation of calculus and its impact on the world, both socially and scientifically.

Read ArticleUse of poetry & stories to foster children’s reasoning & performance in math.

Read ArticleA short history of the great Greek mathematicians. Amongst those discussed are Pythagoras, Zeno, Euclid, Hippocrates, and Thales.

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