2 edition of critical study of the Yang Hui suan fa found in the catalog.
critical study of the Yang Hui suan fa
Lam, Lay Yong.
|Other titles||Yang Hui suan fa.|
|Statement||Lam Lay Yong.|
|Contributions||Yang, Hui, 13th cent.|
|LC Classifications||QA27.C5 L28 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 360 p. :|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||77941661|
The Yang Hui suan fa () is a collection of short trea tises which comprise most of a curriculum in elementary arithmetic (the curriculum is itemized at the beginning), a guide to mensurational prob lem-solving, and an anthology of odd methods from older books that incor porates a very rich discussion of magic squares and circles. 27 The text of this lost book is quoted by Yang Hui in the Xugu zhaiqi suanfa, and has recently been translated in Lay-Yong, Lam, A Critical Study of the Yang Hui Suan Fa, A Thirteenth-century Chinese Mathematical Treatise (Singapore, ), pp. –8. The text for the square root is found in Yongle Dadian, Chapter , p. Cited by:
Request PDF | On , Ali Behboud and others published STEVE RUSS. The Mathematical Works of Bernard Bolzano | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate. The numbers that we call Arabic are so familiar throughout Europe and the Americas that it can be difficult to realize that their general acceptance in commercial transactions is a matter of only the last four centuries and they still remain unknown in parts of the world. In this volume, one of the earliest texts to trace the origin and development of our number system, two distinguished 4/5(1).
Lam Lay Yong is Professor of Mathematics at National University of Singapore. She has published numerous papers on the history of Chinese Mathematics and is the author of A Critical Study of the Yang Hui Suan August , Professor Lam was awarded the highest recognition — The Kenneth O May Medal during the International Congress of the History of Science, Mexico City, for her. A Critical Study of the Yang Hui Suan Fa, a Thirteenth-Century Mathematical Treatise, National University of Singapore Press Jiu Zhang Suanshu (Nine Chapters on the Mathematical Art): An Overview, Archive for History of Exact Sciences, B , S. Instituições: Universidade Nacional de Singapura.
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Chãeng chu tung pien suan paobook two. Tien mou pi lei chãeng chu chieh fabook three. Hsèu ku chai chi suan faBibliography (p. A critical study of the Yang Hui suan fa. [Lay Yong Lam; Hui Yang] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help.
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Buy A critical study of the Yang Hui suan fa: A thirteenth-century Chinese mathematical treatise by Lam, Lay Yong (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and Author: Lay Yong Lam. A critical study of the Yang Hui Suan Fa; a thirteenth-century Chinese mathematical treatise: By Lam Lay Yong (L.Y.
Lam). Singapore (University Press). xx + pp Singapore (University Press). xx + pp. Yang Hui, literary name Qianguang, (flourished c. –75, Qiantang, Zhejiang province, China), mathematician active in the great flowering of Chinese mathematics during the Southern Song dynasty. Although practically nothing is known about the life of Yang, his books are among the few contemporary Chinese mathematics works.
Editorial team. General Editors: David Bourget (Western Ontario) David Chalmers (ANU, NYU) Area Editors: David Bourget Gwen Bradford. Lay Yong Lam, A Critical Study of the Yang Hui Suan Fa: A Thirteenth-Century Chinese Mathematical Treatise, translated from Chinese ().
J-C Martzloff, A history of Chinese mathematics (Berlin-Heidelberg, ). L.-Y. Lam: A Critical Study of the Yang Hui Suan Fa, Singapore Univ. Press, 7. L.-Y. Lam: “Chu Shih-chieh’s Suan-hsueh ch’i-meng”, Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 21 (1) (), 8.
L.-Y. Lam: “Jiu Zhang Suan Shu”, Archive for History of Exact Sciences, 47 (1) (), 9. Download Citation | On Jan 1,Ho Peng Yoke and others published Yang Hui | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
Yang Hui (fl. –), a native of Qiantang (in modern Hangzhou), ranks with Qin Jiushao (ca. –ca. ), Li Zhi (–), and Zhu Shijie (fl. –) as one of the four great mathematicians during the golden age of mathematics in thirteenth‐century China.
Yang Hui published some of his other mathematical works, “Jih–Yung Suan–fa“ (“Mathematical Rules in Common Use”), in It was based on two volumes. Although the book is gone out of sales. However, some of its sections were retrieved and restored by Li Yen from the Chia Suan–fa in the Yujng–lo ta–tien encyclopedia.
–) as one of the four great mathematicians during the golden age of mathematics in thirteenth-century China. Of the four we know the least about Yang Hui’s life, yet he has left behind a much larger number of writings than.
A Critical Study of the Yang Hui Suan Fa: A Thirteenth-century Chinese Mathematical Treatise. Singapore: Singapore University Press.  Puttaswamy, T. The Mathematical Achievements of Pre-Modern Indian Mathemati-cians.
London, United Kingdom: Elsevier.  Robson, Eleanor. Mathematics in Ancient Iraq: A Social History Cited by: 1. A CRITICAL STUDY OF THE YANG HUI SUAN FA; A THIRTEENTH-CENTURY CHINESE MATHEMATICAL TREATISE. By ham Lay Yong (L.Y.
Lam). Singapore (University Press). xx + pp. Reviewed by Joseph Needham Gonville and. 6 A comprehensive study of this book is made in Lay Yong, Lam, A critical study of the Yang Hui Suan Fa (Singapore, ). See also Needham, Science and civilization in China, Vol.
3. 55 – 62, and Cammann, Schuyler, ‘atOld Chinese magic squares’, Sinologica, 80,14 – Cited by: 7.The geometrical basis of the ancient Chinese square-root method. I - The Jih yung suan fa: An elementary arithmetic textbook of the thirteenth century.
I - Yang Hui's commentary of the ying nu chapter of the Chiu chang suan shu. Historia Mathematica 1, - A critical study of the Yang Hui Suan by: 6.Lam Lay Yong () A Critical Study of the Yang Hui suan fa, NUS Press. Lam Lay Yong, "A Chinese Genesis, Rewriting the history of our numeral system", Archive for History of Exact Science –