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Euler's Gem by David S. Richeson

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APPENDIX B

RECOMMENDED READINGS

There is a complete bibliography at the end of this book. It contains all the sources that I used to prepare this book as well as many of the primary sources for the theorems you read about. I would like to highlight a few of these books and articles for the benefit of those readers who would like to learn more about the topics in this book. I will give the title and author. To find the complete bibliographic information, consult the references.

There are many good reference books for the history of mathematics. The first one I turn to is Carl Boyer and Uta Merzbach’s A History of Mathematics. For biographies I recommend the eighteen-volume Dictionary of Scientific Biography, which can be found in the reference ...

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