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D. Diderot and J. , Encyclop´edie ou Dictionnaire raisonn´e des sciences, des arts et des m´etiers. 17 vols. (Briasson, Paris, 1765). Later edition in 36 vols. by Soci´et´es typographiques (Lausanne, 1779-82). 52. J. Sesiano, The appearance of negative solutions in Mediaeval mathematics, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 32, 105–50 (1985). 53. H. Gericke, Zur Geschichte der negativen Zahlen, in History of mathematics. States of the art, eds. J. Dauben, M. Folkerts, E. Knobloch and H. Wußing (Academic Press, New York, 1996) pp.
8). This was later abandoned in the printed edition, and through its further use by Oughtred’s Clavis mathematicae, the equation sign became generally accepted in England. 3. Conclusion The history of the emergence of symbolism in mathematics, and particularly in algebra, has been obscured by serious methodological mistakes. Historians of mathematics, such as Cajori, start from modern mathematical concepts and operations and look for corresponding ones in historical sources. With respect to algebraic symbolism, Cajori only had eye for the first appearance of modern symbols.
G. o δ υ δ µ κ = 4x2 + 25 o δ υ δ α µ ω δ υ φ = x4 − 50x + 800 o κυ β ς η δ υ µ α = 2x3 − 5x2 + 8x − 1 Signs similar to seem to have been in general use for a subtraction. In Papyrus graecus Vindobonensis 19996 the sigel ◦ appears (Gerstinger and Vogel,32 p. 14, p. 22). o Diophantos used µ to refer to numbers. It is regarded as nothing more than a symbol. The symbol is necessary to indicate that one is dealing o with the independent term (Tannery,33 III, p. 39). If µ were omitted confusion would be possible, especially with sloppy handwriting.
Combinatorial Mathematics by D. A. Holton, J. Seberry