Isaac Newton
(1642 to 1727)

Math-Science

A Menu of Collected Reference Info



Gottfried Leibniz
(1646 to 1716)

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Info Pages :

  • Math History - A Timeline
    (mathematician names, birth-death dates, contributions)

  • Physics History - A Timeline
    (physicist names, birth-death dates, contributions)

  • a Math Books Inventory
    (a list of 'modern' books that are meant to popularize mathematics and convey its logical beauties --- and surprises)

  • Newton Math References (for the 'Principia' and 'De motu')
    (books, websites, journal/magazine-articles)

  • 'Great Calculations' Bibliography - a re-organization of the 'Bibliography'
    and 'Notes' sections at the back of the 'Great Calculations' book
    by Colin Pask

  • Math Videos
    (links to videos and other animations of mathematically generated objects such as fractals, polyhedra, fluid flow, etc.)

  • Also see the eDOCS-MATH page of this site --- and the computer and programming guides provided via its parent eDOCS page. Also see a couple of pages of 'external links' to math sites on the home page of this site.

  • 'Beautiful', Short Mathematical Proofs - collected (coming?)
    --- such as proof that the square root of 2 is irrational, and
    the sum of the first n integers is n(n+1)/2, and clever proofs
    of the Pythagorean theorem.

  • Medical-Biological History - A Timeline (coming?)

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Page was created 2011 Dec 11.
Page was changed 2016 May 24. (Added 'Newton Math References'.)
Page was changed 2017 Mar 05. (Added a link to a math section of a set
    of external links pages on the home page of this site.)
Page was changed 2017 Mar 10. (Added 'Great Calculations' link.)
Page was changed 2017 Mar 12. (Added 'Physics Timeline' link.)