Līlāvatī of Bhāskarācārya: A Treatise of Mathematics of Vedic Tradition : with Rationale in Terms of Modern Mathematics Largely Based on N.H. Phadke's Marāthī Translation of Līlāvatī

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Motilal Banarsidass Publ., 2001 - Hindu mathematics - 201 pages
Treatise with English transltion on ancient mathematics.
 

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Contents

LTlavati
1
Definitions and Tables
3
Place Values of Digits
9
Addition and Subtraction
11
Methods of Multiplication
13
Division
17
Methods of Finding Squares
19
Square Root
23
Square Transition
65
Quadratic Equation
71
The Rule of Three
77
Inverse Proportion
81
The Rule of Five
83
Rules for Barter
87
Simple Interest
89
Combinations
101

Method to Find the Cube
27
Cube Roots
31
Eight Operations on Fractions
33
Addition and Subtraction of Fractions
39
Multiplication of Fractions
41
Division of Fractions
43
Squares Cubes Square Roots and Cube Roots of Fractions
45
Eight Rules Concerning Zero
47
Reverse Process
51
To Find an Unknown Quantity
55
Method of Transition
63
Progressions Series
105
Mensuration
113
Volume
151
Wood Cutting
155
Volume of a Heap of Grain
157
Shadows
161
Pulverization
167
Concatenation Permutations Partitions etc
177
Index of Verses
183
Subject Index
195
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