A Modern Introduction to Ancient Indian Mathematics by T.S. Bhanumurthy

By T.S. Bhanumurthy

Appropriate for college students and lecturers of arithmetic, this publication offers with the ancient continuity of Indian arithmetic, ranging from the Sulba Sutras of the Vedas as much as the seventeenth century.

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This c o r o l l a r y is a very special case of the result that cycles and cocycles of a graph over a field N(G) F are disjoint if and only if is not a m u l t i p l e of the c h a r a c t e r i s t i c of 4. F. See [6]). AN APPLICATION The graph shown in Figure 8 has a curious property. have been labelled L and R in such a way that if someone walks on its edges and always turns leftmost on a p p r o a c h i n g an always turns r i g h t m o s t on a p p r o a c h i n g an R-vertex, been t r a v e r s e d twice, and in opposite directions, to repeat.

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