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Universal arithmetick: or, A treatise of arithmetical composition and resolution. Written in Latin by Sir Isaac Newton. Tr. by the late Mr. Ralphson; and rev. and cor. by Mr. Cunn. To which is added, a treatise upon the measures of ratios, by James Maguire. The whole illustrated and explained, in a series of notes, by Theaker Wilder.

Other records:
Author/Creator:
Newton, Isaac, 1642-1727.
Standardized Title:
Arithmetica uniuersalis. English. 1769.
Publication:
London, Printed for W. Johnston, 1769.
Format/Description:
Book
viii, 536, [2], 63, [3] p., 8 folded leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
Subjects:
Geometry, Analytic.
Algebra -- Early works to 1800.
Place of Publication:
England London.
Notes:
Contains an article by C. MacLaurin "Of the methods by which you may approximate to the roots of numeral equations."
Translation of Arithmetica universalis.
Penn Chronology:
1769
Contributor:
Raphson, Joseph, d. 1715 or 16. tr.
Cunn, Mr. (Samuel) ed.
Wilder, Theaker, 1727?-1777. ed.
Contains:
MacLaurin, Colin. Of the methods by which you may approximate ...
Maguire, James. Of the measure of ratios ...
OCLC:
14067765
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