Raymond Clare Archibald

Raymond Clare Archibald (7 October 1875 – 26 July 1955) was a prominent Canadian-American mathematician. He is known for his work as a historian of mathematics, his editorships of mathematical journals and his contributions to the teaching of mathematics. Provided by Wikipedia
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...Archibald, Raymond Clare, 1875-1955. Cardioide and some of its related curves ......
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...Archibald, Raymond Clare, 1875-1955. Carlyle's first love....
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...Archibald, Raymond Clare, 1875-1955. Carlyle's first love, Margaret Gordon lady Bannerman....
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...Archibald, Raymond Clare, 1875-1955. Euclid's book on divisions of figures....
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Published 1932
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Published 1925
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