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Hi, I'm very interesting in learning simple geometry to more advanced math (calculus) And I'd love to find a history book that does a great job in teaching math, but doing it in a historical context, explanining why the need for geometry, degree, cartesian cordinate systems, calculus was nessecery, and how it was invented.

I find that just reading math to learn it, is kind of dry, but l

Any suggestions?

I find that just reading math to learn it, is kind of dry, but l

**earning why it was important, why it was developped historically, or how it's used makes me appreciate it more.**Any suggestions?

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