Franklin

MLA

Wingate, Edmund. Ludus Mathematicus: Or, The Mathematical Game: Explaining, the Description, Construction, and Use of the Numerical Table of Proportion. By Help Whereof, and of Certain Chessmen (fitted for That Purpose) Any Proportion, Arithmetical Or Geometrical (without Any Calculation At All, Or Use of Pen) May Be Readily, and with Delight Resolved, When the Term Required, Exceeds Not 100000. By E.w. London: printed by J. Grover for T. Helder, at the sign of the Angel in Little Britain, 1681.

APA

Wingate, E. (1681). Ludus mathematicus: or, The mathematical game: explaining, the description, construction, and use of the numerical table of proportion. By help whereof, and of certain chessmen (fitted for that purpose) any proportion, arithmetical or geometrical (without any calculation at all, or use of pen) may be readily, and with delight resolved, when the term required, exceeds not 100000. By E.W. London: printed by J. Grover for T. Helder, at the sign of the Angel in Little Britain.

Chicago

Wingate, Edmund, Ludus Mathematicus: Or, The Mathematical Game: Explaining, the Description, Construction, and Use of the Numerical Table of Proportion. By Help Whereof, and of Certain Chessmen (fitted for That Purpose) Any Proportion, Arithmetical Or Geometrical (without Any Calculation At All, Or Use of Pen) May Be Readily, and with Delight Resolved, When the Term Required, Exceeds Not 100000. By E.W. London: printed by J. Grover for T. Helder, at the sign of the Angel in Little Britain, 1681.