Mathematics without history is soulless
Junaid Mubeen
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I was lucky. I got started with children’s history of math books, so I started with the Egyptians and Babylonians and moved on from there. I’m sure a lot of kids would still say “so what”, but they’d be learning some history and some math as well.

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