history of mathematics
kinds of numbers
Leonardo of Pisa, also known as Fibonacci,
"Liber abaci", 1202, revised 1228 (unpublished but circulated widely in manuscript).
sections translated from the Latin p. 2-4 in Struik, D.J. (ed.), A source book in mathematics, 1200-1800, Cambridge Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1967.
|2 ;;Quote: Leonardo wrote a voluminous compendium of Arabic arithmetic and mercantile practice; includes the Fibonacci series|
|2 ;;Quote: any number can be written with the nine digits from India and zero from Arabic
Topic: history of mathematics (57 items)
ThesaHelp: references i-l (342 items)
Topic: kinds of numbers (24 items)