### Shirley B. Gray

Important mathematical works of antiquity by Archimedes and Euclid became definitively available to the modern world through the labors of scholars a century ago. The author tells the story of these scholars and their work.

(pp. 776)

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### Russell Miller

Galois theory, in part, is about finding roots of polynomials, and in part about the impossibility of finding roots. Most mathematicians are familiar with the latter, at least for certain rational equations of the fifth degree. The author applies modern computability theory to a discussion of agorithms for finding roots, or for determining that they cannot be found.

(pp. 798)

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