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At the same time, logical relations among propositions 33 were made more precise, thus facilitating the process wherby the investigation of these relations was made into a "calculus of propositions" by Frege at the end of the 19th century. By that time, the introduction of quantifiers abbreviations for "all" and "some" - created a veritable revolution in logic. The present chapter does not, however, deal with these issues. 34 Chapter Two Algebra and Algebraic Number Theory 1 Survey of the Evolution of Algebra and of the Theory of Algebraic Numbers During the Period of 1800-1870 The 19th century was an age of deep qualitative transformations and, at the same time, of great discoveries in all areas of mathematics, including algebra.
Form a complete system of constituents of the required development, 2. find the coefficients of the development, 3. multiply each constituent by the corresponding coefficient and add the results. To obtain the constituents in the case of several variables - for example, x, y, z - Boole suggests the following procedure: take as the first constituent the product xyz of the given symbols; change any symbol in this product, say z to (1 - z), thus obtaining a new constituent xy(1 - z). In both of these change any initial symbol, for example y, into (1- y), then in the four constituents thus obtained change the remaining initial symbol x to (1 - x).
Jacobi's "On the transformation of two arbitrary homogeneous functions of the second order by means of linear substitutions into two others containing only squares of the variables; together with many theorems on the transformation of multiple integrals" in which he explicitly studied quadratic forms and their reduction to canonical form. Jacobi also perfected the theory of determinants (1841). What was stilllacking in this theory was geometrie features and, above all, the all-important and fundamental notion of a linear space.
144 problems of the Austrian-Polish Mathematics Competition, 1978-1993 by Kuczma M.E. (ed.)