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|Genre/Form:||Ouvrages avant 1800|
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
New York, Johnson Reprint Corp., 1964-67
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|Notes:||Facsimile reprints of 18th century editions of the author's works.|
|Description:||2 volumes illustrations 27 cm.|
|Contents:||V. 1. Introduction, by D.T. Whiteside. Two treatises: Of the quadrature of curves, and Anaysis by equations of an infinite number of terms, explained. A treatise of the method of fluxions and infinite series, with its application to the geometry of curve lines. Quadrature of curves. --
v. 2. Introduction, by D.T. Whiteside. Universal arithmetick; or, a Treatise of arithmetical composition and resolution. Translated by Mr. Ralphson, and rev. and corr. by Mr. Cunn. Lexicon technicum; or, an Universal dictionary of arts and sciences, by J. Harris., v. 2 (London, 1710). Article: Curves, by I. Newton. Journal of the Institute of Actuaries, v. 51 (London, 1918). Article: Newton's interpolation formulas, by D.C. Fraser.
|Series Title:||Sources of science, no. 3.|
|Responsibility:||Assembled with an introd. by Derek T. Whiteside.|