The Garden of Archimedes
The Garden of Archimedes
A Museum for Mathematics
A bridge over the Mediterranean
Leonardo Pisano, the Arabic science and the renaissance of Mathematics in the West
The Arab expansion
The Arab-Islamic culture
The transmission of the scientific knowledge
The flourishing of the Arabic mathematics
Arabic terms in western mathematics
algebra e almucabala
cosa e censo
zero e cifra
radice e numeri surdi
elcataym
algoritmo
seno
The sources of the
Liber abaci
Pisa and the Mediterranean sea in thirteenth century
The Almohades and the development of trades
Leonardo Fibonacci from Pisa
The
Liber abaci
A pension for Leonardo Pisano
The positional notation
Problems from the
Liber abaci
: the rule of three
Problems from the
Liber abaci
: the false position
Problems from the
Liber abaci
: if 3 were 4
Rabbits and the numbers of Fibonacci
Shells and other curiosities
Fibonacci's numbers and the golden section
Money and interests
Hand memory
Problems from the
Liber abaci
: old women and cats
Problems from the
Liber abaci
: the chessboard
The legacy of the
Liber abaci
Commerce and mathematics
The abacus schools
The abacus schools in Florence
The abacus schools in Florence: the quarter of Santa Maria Novella
The abacus schools in Florence: the quarter of Santa Croce
The abacus schools in Florence: the quarter of San Giovanni
The abacus schools in Florence: the quarter of Santo Spirito
An abacus school in Pisa
The rediscovery of Fibonacci in the Nineteenth century
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