The Infinite in the Finite

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0 ...
1 1 50 2.52 100 22.52 150 2.3.52 200 23.52
2 2 51 3.17 101 101 151 151 201 3.67
3 3 52 23.13 102 2.3.17 152 23.19 202 2.101
4 22 53 53 103 103 153 32.17 203 7.29
5 5 54 2.33 104 23.13 154 2.7.11 204 22.3.17
6 2.3 55 5.11 105 3.5.7 155 5.31 205 5.41
7 7 56 23.7 106 2.53 256 22.3.13 206 2.103
8 23 57 3.19 107 107 157 157 207 32.23
9 32 58 2.29 108 22. 33 258 2.79 208 24.13
10 2.5 59 59 109 109 159 3.53 209 11.19
11 11 60 22.3.5 110 2.5.11 160 25.5 210 2.3.5.7
12 23.3 61 61 111 3.37 161 7.23 211 211
13 13 62 2.31 112 24.7 162 2.34 212 22.53
14 2.7 63 32.7 113 113 163 163 213 3.71
15 3.5 64 26 114 2.3.19 164 22.41 214 2.107
16 24 65 5.13 115 5.23 165 3.5.11 215 5.43
17 17 66 2.3.11 116 22.29 166 2.83 216 23.32
18 2.32 67 67 117 32.13 167 167 217 7.31
19 19 68 22. 17 118 2.59 168 23.3.7 218 2.109
69 3.23 119 7.17 169 132 219 3.73
20 22.5 70 2.5.7 120 23.3.5 170 2.5.17 220 22.5.11
21 3.7 71 71 121 112 171 32.19 222 13.17
22 2.11 72 23.33 122 2.61 172 23.43 222 2.3.37
23 23 73 73 123 3.41 173 173 223 223
24 23.3 74 2.37 124 25.31 174 2.3.29 224 25.7
25 52 75 3.52 125 53 175 58.7 225 32.52
26 2.13 76 22.19 126 2.32.7 176 21.11 226 2.113
27 33 77 7.11 127 127 177 3.59 227 227
28 22.7 78 2.3.13 128 27 178 2.89 228 22.3.19
29 29 79 79 129 3.43 179 179 229 229
30 2.3.5 80 24.5 130 2.5.13 180 22.32.5 230 2.5.23
31 31 81 34 131 131 181 181 231 3.7.11
32 25 82 2.41 132 22.3.11 182 2.7.13 232 23.29
33 3.11 83 83 133 7.19 183 3.61 233 233
34 2.17 84 22.3.7 134 2.67 184 23.23 234 2.32.13
35 5.7 85 5.17 135 33.5 185 5.37 235 5.47
36 22.33 86 2.43 136 23.17 186 2.3.31 236 22.59
37 37 87 3.29 137 137 187 11.17 237 3.79
38 2.19 88 23.11 138 2.3.23 188 22.47 238 2.7.17
39 3.13 89 89 139 139 189 33.7 239 239
40 23.5 90 2.32.5 140 22.5.7 190 2.5.19 240 24.3.5
41 41 91 7.13 141 3.47 191 191 241 241
42 2.3.7 92 22.23 142 2.71 192 26.3 242 2.113
43 43 93 3.31 143 11.13 193 193 243 35
44 22.11 94 2.47 144 24.32 194 2.97 244 22.61
45 32.5 95 5.19 145 5.29 195 3.5.13 245 5.72
46 2.23 96 25.3 146 2.73 196 22.72 246 2.3.41
47 47 97 97 147 3.72 197 197 247 13.19
48 24.3 98 2.72 148 22.37 198 2.32.11 248 23.31
49 73 99 32.11 149 149 199 199 249 3.83
250 2.53

Prime factorization of numbers from 1 to 250.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents xi
  • 1 - Symphonies of Stone 1
  • 2 - The Pyramid Builders 19
  • 3 - The Theban Mysteries 42
  • 4 - Babylon 53
  • 5 - The Middle Kingdom 72
  • 6 - The Achaeans 105
  • 7 - A World Made of Numbers 112
  • 8 - The Thoughts of Zeus 132
  • 9 - The Philosopher's Criticism 163
  • 10 - The Elements of Euclid 206
  • 11 - An Island Interlude 239
  • 12 - Proportion 252
  • 13 - The Divine Archimedes 278
  • 14 - Apollonius the Great Geometer 324
  • 15 - The Science of Numbers 366
  • 16 - The School of Alexandria 388
  • 17 - The Dark Sub­ Continent of India 426
  • 18 - The Contribution of Islam 461
  • Bibliography 509
  • Index 515
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