# Robert Edouard Moritz

German mathematician

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(Suggest an Edit or Addition)According to Wikipedia, Robert Edouard Moritz was a German-American mathematician. He published about 75 books and papers. For over 30 years he was head of the mathematics department at the University of Washington. Biography Moritz was born in Schleswig-Holstein to Karl R. and Maria Stahlhut Moritz, and emigrated to the United States at the age of twelve where the family settled on a farm in Nebraska. From 1885 to 1892 he attended Hastings College in Hastings, Nebraska, and then studied another year at the University of Chicago. After two summer quarters in the next years he received his MA in mathematics in 1896.

## Robert Edouard Moritz's Published Works

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- On the Construction of Certain Curves Given in Polar Coördinates (1917) (9)
- On Mathematics and Mathematicians (1942) (6)
- Some Curious Fallacies in the Study of Probabilities (5)
- On Napier's Fundamental Theorem Relating to Right Spherical Triangles (1915) (4)
- Extension of Hurwitz's Proof for the Transcendence of e to the Transcendence of π (4)
- ON THE DEFINITION AND SCOPE OF PLANE TRIGONOMETRY (1908) (2)
- Some Physical Solutions of the General Equation of the N TH Degree (1905) (2)
- A Note on Taylor's Theorem (1937) (2)
- On an Extension of Glaisher's Generalization of Wilson's Theorem (1)
- On a Quantitative Relation Governing Certain Linguistic Phenomena (1909) (1)
- ALGEBRA AND EXCESS-PROFITS TAXES (1926) (1)
- ON THE COMPUTATION OF COMMON LOGARITHMS FOR BEGINNERS (1909) (1)
- A New Theory of Depreciation of Physical Assets (1932) (1)
- On the extended form of Cauchy’s condensation test for the convergence of infinite series (1938) (1)
- On Taylor's Interpolation Formula as a Limiting Case of the Interpolation Formula of Lagrange (1923) (1)
- On Certain Proofs of the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra (1903) (1)
- THE CHARACTER OF THE ROOTS OF A QUADRATIC EQUATION (1920) (1)
- On a General Relation of Continued Fractions (1903) (0)
- Generalization of the differentation [!] process (0)
- Problems for Solution: 3624-3630 (1933) (0)
- Problems for Solution: E81-E86 (1934) (0)
- An Elementary Proof of Stirling's Formula (1928) (0)
- Elements of plane trigonometry (with five-place tables) : a text-book for high schools, technical schools and colleges (0)
- Discussions: On the Kinematic Construction of Certain Higher Plane Curves (1925) (0)
- MATHEMATICS AND EFFICIENCY IN SECONDARY SCHOOL WORK (1916) (0)
- Problems for Solution: 3491-3502 (1931) (0)
- A General Theorem in Local Probability (1905) (0)
- Generalization of the Differentiation Process (1902) (0)
- Geometry: 313-315 (1907) (0)
- On Products Whose Digits Are Cyclical Permutations of the Digits of the Multiplicand (0)
- ANOTHEE TRISECTION FALLACY (1906) (0)
- Discussions: On the Geometrical Representation of Indeterminate Forms (1921) (0)
- On the Symbolic Representation of Quotiential Coefficients of the Second Order (0)
- College mathematics notebook : for classes in advanced algebra, trigonometry, analytical geometry, and calculus (0)
- Plane and Spherical Trigonometry (1914) (0)
- Discussions: On the Quadrature of the Parabola (1919) (0)
- Problems for Solution: 3153-3155,2676,2775,2784,2873 (1925) (0)
- Experimental and Theoretical Geometry (1904) (0)
- A Short Course in College Mathematics (1921) (0)
- On the cubes of determinants of the second, third, and higher orders (0)
- On a Totally Discontinuous Function (1931) (0)
- Problems for Solution: 3557-3561 (1932) (0)
- ON THE RELATIONS OF MATHEMATICS TO COMMERCE1 (1919) (0)
- On Sums of Integro-geometric Series of any Order (1933) (0)
- A Short Course in College Mathematics, Comprising Thirty-Six Lessons on Algebra, Coordinate Methods, and Plane Trigonometry (0)
- The General Theory of Cyclic-Harmonic Curves (1921) (0)
- On the Generalization of a Theorem in Solid Geometry (1908) (0)

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