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De Morgan, Augustus
Morgan, Auguste de
Morgan, Augustus de
Boole, George (1815-1864)
De Morgan, Sophia Elizabeth (1809-1892)
Heath, Peter Lauchlan (1922-)
Josephson, Aksel G. S. (1860-1944))
Nagel, Ernest (1901-1985)
Plimpton, George Arthur (1855-1936)
Ranyard, Arthur Cowper (1845-1894)
Smith, David Eugene (1860-1944)
Smith, Geoff (1953- ))
Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain)
Weld, Charles Richard (1813-1869)
森島, 恒雄 (1903-)
Arithmetical books from the invention of printing to the present time : being brief notices of a large number of works drawn up from actual inspection
Barlow's tables of squares, cubes, square roots, cube roots, reciprocals of all integer numbers up to 10.000
book of almanacs, with an index of reference, by which the almanac may be found for every year, whether in old stle or new, from any epoch, ancient or modern, up to A. D. 2000. With means for finding the day of any new or full moon from B. C. 2000 to A. D. 2000., The
book of almanacs, with an index of reference, by which the almanac may be found for every year, whether in old style or new, from any epoch, ancient or modern, up to A.D. 2000. With means of finding the day of any new or full moon from B.C. 2000 to A.D. 2000., The
Boole-De Morgan correspondence, 1842-1864, The
budget of paradoxes, A
Catalogue of the library of the University of London:
connexion of number and magnitude: an attempt to explain the fifth book of Euclid., The
Contents of the "Correspondence of scientific men of the seventeenth century printed in t*. -
Correspondence of scientific men of the seventeenth century : including letters of Barrow, Flamsteed, Wallis, and Newton, printed from the originals in the collection of the Right Honourable the Earl of Macclesfield
Daisūgaku, 1872- :
differential and integral calculus, containing differentiation, integration, development, series, differential equations, differences, summation, equations of differences, calculus of variations, definite integrals, --with applications to algebra, plane geometry, solid geometry, and mechanics. Also, Elementary illustrations of the differential and integral calculus., The
differential and integral calculus, containing differentiation, integration, development, series, differential equations, differences, summation, equations of differences, calculus of variations, definite integrals, -with applications tot algebra, plane geometry, solid geometry, and mechanics. Also elementary illustration of the differential and integral calculus, The
elements of Algebra preleminary to the differential calculus. -, The
Elements of algebra preliminary to the differential calculus ...
Elements of arithmetic.
Elements of trigonometry
eleventh chapter of the history of the Royal society., The
encyclopedia of eccentrics., The
Encylopedia of eccentrics, The
essay on probabilities, 1838:, An
essay on probabilities and on their application to life continge*. -, An
essay on probabilities, and on their application to life contingencies and insurance offices., An
Essays on the life and work of Newton
Examples of the processes of arithmetic and algebra.
Examples of the processes of arithmetic and algrbra.
explanation of the gnomonic projection of the sphere; and of such points of astronomy as are most necessary in the use of astronomical maps: being a description of the construction and use of the larger and smaller maps of the stars; as also of the six maps of the earth., An
Formal logic (1847).
Formal logic; or, The Calculus of inference, necessary and probable.
From matter to spirit.
globes, celestial and terrestrial., The
Journal of a tour in unsettled parts of North America in 1796 & 1797
Newton, his friend [Charles Montague, Earl of Halifax] and his niece [Catherine Barton]
On the difficulty of correct description of books
On the study and difficulties of mathematics.
On the syllogism, and other logical writings.
Proceedings: with an introduction
Rara arithmetica : a catalogue of the arithmetics written before the year MDCI, with a description of those in the library of George Arthur Plimpton of New York
Tables of squares, cubes, square roots, cube roots, reciprocals of all integer numbers up to 10.000
treatise on problems of maxima and minima, solved by algebra., A
Trigonometry and double Algebra. -