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Banville, Kepler. A novel, Seeker and Warburg, London, 1 98 1 , and A . Koestler, The sleepwalkers, Hutchinson, London. 1 959; Penguin, New York, 1 964. S. ) 47 48 KEPLER'S PROBLEM endure. The die is cast, and I am writing the book-to be read either now or by posterity, it matters not. It can wait a century for a reader, as God himself has waited six thousand years for a witness. Kepler seems to have derived much the same joy from the discoveries of others. This is how he writes to Galileo when expressing delight at the latter's discovery of the satellites of Jupiter: I stayed home, did nothing, and thought of you, dear and famous Galileo when I suddenly learned of your discovery of four planets with the aid of the telescope .
Problem (a) is algebraic by content, problem (b) is geometric. When Fermat discovered his method for finding maxima and minima (to be dis cussed in the eleventh story), he presented it in a private letter to Roberval, a well-known contemporary mathematician, using problem (b) to illustrate his method. There are many proofs of the inequality ). We will give two proofs, one of which is algebraic, the other, geometric. 2). We take a segment of length a+b (IADI a , I DC I b) and draw a semicircle with [AC] as diameter.
3 What underlies Fermat's principle is the assumption that light is propa gated along certain lines. This idea ties in most readily with the corpuscular theory of light that regards light as We owe to Huygens another explanation of the propagation and refraction of light, based on the notion of light as a whose front moves in time. A S, is the set of points that can be reached by light from some source in time . For example, if at time zero the source is a point and the medium is homogeneous, then at time the front S1 will be a sphere of radius vt centered at the light source.
Sets, Relations and Functions: Programmed Unit in Modern Mathematics: Tchrs' by samuel selby