1823 The Doctrine and Application of Fluxions. Containing a Number of New Improvements in the Theory; and the Solution of a Variety of New and very Interesting Problems, in Different Branches of the Mathematics
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First published in 1750. This vol. II of two only. Complete with half title. Four leaves of publisher's advertisements to rear.
Containing a study of the doctrine and application of fluxions by Thomas Simpson, British mathematician and inventor known for his Simpson's rule to approximate definite integrals.
Part the second opening with 'The manner of investigating the fluxions of exponentials' and concluding with a chapter on the resolution of problems.
Library binding in quarter cloth over paper covered boards, titles in white ink to spine, library shelf number taped to spine. Externally with shelf wear, minor loss to head and tail of spine, bumped to extremities, boards generally soiled. Tape reinforcements to front hinge, tape marks to inner gutter half title and adjacent leaf. Internally, binding generally firm. Spotting to first and last few leaves. Occasional leaf unopened. Leaves cockled due to type binding.
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