This is a companion to volume 5, Great Moments in Mathematics Before 1650. It can be appreciated by anyone with a working knowledge of beginning differential and integral calculus. Includes: the birth of mathematical probability, the invention of the differential calculus, the discovery of non-Euclidean geometry, the discovery of noncommunicative algebra, and the resolution of the four-color problem.
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