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Can you translate from Sanskrit? Euclid's definition of multiplication...
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GS Chandy
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Re: Can you translate from Sanskrit? Euclid's definition of multiplication...
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Mar 13, 2013 1:08 AM


Jonathan Crabtree posted Mar 12, 2013 5:58 PM: > https://s3apsoutheast1.amazonaws.com/podo.in/1902S > ANSKRITEUCLID_RekhaganitaVOL_II_BookVII_Definitions.p > df > > Dear math friend > > I would like to have a 2 page Sanskrit document > translated into English with precision and without > any additional words added that are not in the > Sanskrit. > <snip> Sorry: though I am from India (Sanskrit's homeland) I don't know any Sanskrit at all.
(During my early schooldays, I believe I did once have an opportunity to learn it. I did not take the opportunity, much to my regret in later times).
In case I come across anyone or any site that might be able to help, I shall let you know.
GSC



