Euclid's Elements of geometry, from the Latin translation of Commandine. To which is added, a treatise of the nature and arithmetic of logarithms ; likewise another of the elements of plain and spherical trigonometry ; with a preface, shewing the usefulness and excellency of this work . (Book, 1733) [WorldCat.org]
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Euclid's Elements of geometry, from the Latin translation of Commandine. To which is added, a treatise of the nature and arithmetic of logarithms ; likewise another of the elements of plain and spherical trigonometry ; with a preface, shewing the usefulness and excellency of this work .
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Euclid's Elements of geometry, from the Latin translation of Commandine. To which is added, a treatise of the nature and arithmetic of logarithms ; likewise another of the elements of plain and spherical trigonometry ; with a preface, shewing the usefulness and excellency of this work .

Author: Euclid.; John Keill; Cunn, Mr.; John Ham; British Society for the History of Mathematics.
Publisher: London : Printed for Tho Woodward, 1733.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd ed.View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Ouvrages avant 1800
Named Person: Euclid.; Commandinus.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Euclid.; John Keill; Cunn, Mr.; John Ham; British Society for the History of Mathematics.
OCLC Number: 1108987527
Notes: Original binding in good condition. Contemporary book plate of John Chambers. Spine reads Cunn's Euclid.
Description: [12], 393 pages : folded plates ; 21 cm
Responsibility: by Doctor John Keil ... ; The whole revised ; where deficient, supplied ; where lost or corrupted, restored. Also many faults committed by Dr. Harris, Mr. Caswel, Mr. Heynes, and other trigonometrical writers, are shewn, and in those cases where they are mistaken, here are given solutions geometrically true. An ample account of which may be seen in the preface, by Samuel Cunn. To which is subjoined an appendix, containing the investigation of those series omitted by the author. And the difference between Dr. Keil and Mr. Cunn impartially examined and adjusted.

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