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7 edition of **Astronomy and Mathematics in Ancient China** found in the catalog.

- 92 Want to read
- 19 Currently reading

Published
**January 18, 2007**
by Cambridge University Press
.

Written in English

- History of mathematics,
- Popular astronomy,
- Popular science,
- Science,
- Science/Mathematics,
- China,
- Astronomy - General,
- History,
- History & Philosophy,
- Mathematics, Chinese,
- Mathematics, Chinese Mathematics, Chinese,
- Mathematics-History & Philosophy,
- Science / History,
- Science-Astronomy - General,
- Technology / General

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Paperback |

Number of Pages | 255 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL7715162M |

ISBN 10 | 0521035376 |

ISBN 10 | 9780521035378 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 148640054 |

From the reviews: "This monumental work will henceforth be the standard interpretation of ancient mathematical astronomy. It is easy to point out its many virtues: comprehensiveness and common sense are two of the most important. Neugebauer has studied profoundly every relevant text in Akkadian,Brand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Astronomy, Computer Science and Mathematics in Ancient India. Index. Astronomy. Earliest known precise celestial calculations Astronomical time spans Theory of creation of the universe Earth goes round the sun Mathematics/Computer Science. Binary System of number representation Earliest and only known Modern Language Invention of Zero.

Since the ancient Chinese believed that the perceived movements of the stars were closely related to the destiny of the country and its rulers, for thousands of years they recorded their movements with great attention. From the 16 th century BC to the end of the 19 th century AD. This translation of an ancient Chinese book on astronomy (which is believed to date back to the first century AD) provides the non-specialist with a lucid account of how Chinese astronomers did their work in ancient times. The book also shows how the Author: Christopher Cullen.

Basic Mathematics for Astronomy (PDF 34P) Each section in this manual begins with a description of each set of skills. You should read these descriptions and if you fully understand the concepts, try some of the sample problems. If you score well, move on to the next section. Ancient Chinese astronomy was primarily a government activity. It was the astronomer's role to keep track of the solar, lunar, and planetary motions as well as divine what astronomical phenomena may mean for the ruling emperor. Solar eclipses, infrequent and dramatic, were important enough to be recorded in chronicles and on "oracle" bones.

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"This well-written book is much more than an annotated translation of and a lucid introduction to the Zhou bi suan jing, one of the most important ancient Chinese works on astronomy and 's fine book marks an encouraging attempt to reach beyond the limited audience of historians of Chinese by: "This well-written book is much more than an annotated translation of and a lucid introduction to the Zhou bi suan jing, one of the most important ancient Chinese works on astronomy and 's fine book marks an encouraging attempt to reach beyond the limited audience of historians of Chinese science.5/5(2).

This translation of an ancient Chinese book on astronomy (which is believed to date back to the first century AD) provides the non-specialist with a lucid account of how Chinese astronomers did their work in ancient times. The book also shows how the Chinese imperial government made use of and supported the work of astronomers, and explores the links between astronomy Cited by: Astronomy and Mathematics in Ancient China: The 'zhou Bi Suan Jing'.

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under the Western Han. Cullen argues that it is as a. For anyone interested in the practice of ancient astronomy, Cullen goes into great detail on the tools and practice of Chinese astronomers from about BC to the arrival of Jesuits in For anyone interested in Chinese political history, Cullen explores imperial Chinese history in a way that simply makes one want to read much, much more.

Books on Astronomy and Mathematics (tianwen suanfa lei 天文算法類) is a subcategory in traditional Chinese bibliographies and part of the category of Masters and Philosophers (zibu 子部).The section as presented in the reprint series Siku quanshu 四庫全書 is divided into treatises on astronomy (tuibu 推步), including 31 books, and treatises on mathematics.

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Astronomy and Mathematics in Ancient China: The Zhou bi suan jing, Christopher Cullen, Cambridge University Press, New York. pages. ISBN: $ Book Review: Astronomy and mathematics in ancient china: The Zhou bi suan jing / Cambridge U Press, 26 revised and expanded contributions to a conference that took place at the British Museum, June The authors examine the many interdependencies of Egyptian and Mesopotamian astronomy and mathematics.

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Astronomy and Mathematics in Ancient China: The Zhou Bi Suan Jing. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, xiv, pp. Hardcover $, 1SBN Although the potential readership for this text is perhaps not large, that in no way detracts from its value.

Chinese mathematics. Mathematics in China emerged independently by the 11th century BC. The Chinese independently developed number sets including very large and negative numbers, decimals, a place value decimal system, a binary system, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.

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