Course Code MATH 683
Course Title History of Mathematics II: Early Modern Period
Online Offers
  • Winter 2022 (tentative) (Instructor: TBA)
Course Location Online
Credit Weight 0.5
Course Description

This course examines the history of mathematics through the prism of a particular person working on a particular problem in a particular geographical and temporal place. Topics may include: Durer and projective geometry; Cardano and the solution of quartics; Fermat and probability; Descartes and analytic geometry; and Kepler and planetary motion.

Typical terms may not reflect online offerings.

Course Work and Exam Winter 2020 course outline (note 2)
Requisites
  • Corequisite: MATH 600, 692
System Requirements
  • A computer with Internet access is required for all online and multimodal courses. Please see the System Requirements.
Taught in English
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