Nestor Marcoff's Contribution to Bulgarian Physics and Mathematics Education
AbstractPhysics and mathematics textbooks published before 1878 are studied and analyzed. Earliest Bulgarian primary, secondary and high school textbooks are identified. A new unknown until now physics textbook has been found paper and it is presented in this paper. It is a high school textbook translated from French to Bulgarian and published by Nestor Marcoff in 1871. The exceptional clarity and accuracy of chapters Statics, and Trigonometry show the vast high scientific culture and the vast erudition of Nestor Marcoff. He wrote mathematics textbooks, French and Turkish grammars and also was the author of many dictionaries.
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