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There’s a new StackExchange site for History of Science and Maths

Just a little note to let you know that there’s a new StackExchange Q&A site for “History of Science and Maths”. Some of the maths questions that have already been asked include:

So if you’ve got a burning question about Maths in the Past, there’s now a place to ask it.

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