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- A brief (but full) account of the doctrine of trigonometry, both plain and spherical.
- A brief (yet full) account of the doctrine of vulgar and decimal fractions, with a specimen on their demonstrations
- A copie of the speache: made by the mathematicall lecturer : unto the worshipfull companye present. At the house of the worshipfull M. Thomas Smith, dwelling in Gracious Street: the 4. of Nouember, 1588. T. Hood
- A copie of the speache: made by the mathematicall lecturer : unto the worshipfull companye present. At the house of the worshipfull M. Thomas Smith, dwelling in Gracious Street: the 4. of Nouember, 1588. T. Hood
- A course of mechanical and experimental philosophy; whereby any one, altho' unskill'd in mathematical sciences, may be able to understand all those phænomena of nature, which have been discover'd by geometrical principles, or accounted for by experiments; and mathematicians may be diverted in seeing those machines us'd, and physical operations perform'd, concerning which they have read. Given by John Theophilus Desaguliers, M.A.F.R.S. at his house
- A geometricall extraction, or A compendious collection of the chiefe and choyse problemes, collected out of the best, and latest writers : VVhereunto is added, about 30. problemes of the authors inuention, being for the most part, performed by a better and briefer way, then by any former writer.
- A geometricall extraction, or A compendious collection of the chiefe and choyse problemes, collected out of the best, and latest writers : VVhereunto is added, about 30. problemes of the authors inuention, being for the most part, performed by a better and briefer way, then by any former writer.
- A mathematical compendium: or, Useful practices in arithmetick, geometry, and astronomy, geography and navigation, embattelling, and quartering of armies; fortification and gunnery; gauging and dialling : Explaining the logarithms, with new indices; Nepair's rods or bones; making of movements, and the application of pendulums; with the projection of the sphere for an universal dial, &c. By Sir Jonas Moor, Kt. late Surveyor General of His Majesty's ordinance
- A mathematical compendium; or, Useful practices in arithmetick, geometry, and astronomy, geography and navigation, embattelling, and quartering of armies, fortification and gunnery, gauging and dyalling : Explaining the logarithms, with new indices; Nepair's rods or bones; making of movements, and the application of pendulums; with the projection of the sphere for an universal dyal, &c. By Sir Jonas Moore Knight, late Surveyor General of His Majesties ordinance
- A mathematical manual : containing tables of logarithms for numbers, sines and tangents: with the manifold use thereof, briefly explained and applied, in arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, geography, surveying, navigation, dyalling, gunnery and gauging. By Henry Phillippes
- A mathematical manual, containing tables of logarithmes for numbers, sines and tangents : with the manifold use thereof briefly explained and applied in arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, geography, surveying, navigation, dialling, gunnery, and gauging
- A mathematical manual, containing tables of logarithmes for numbers, sines and tangents : with the manifold use thereof briefly explained and applied in arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, geography, surveying, navigation, dialling, gunnery, and gauging
- A mathematicall manuel : wherein is handled arithmeticke, planimetry, stereometry, and the embattelling of armies. Whereby any man that can but add and subtract, may learne to multiply and divide in two houres by rabdologie, without any trouble at all to the memorie. Whereunto is annexed the measuring of superficies, solids, the gageing of caske, with inuention of proportionall numbers, fitted to the subdiuisions of gageing rods; and the embattelling of armies according to the discipline now in vse. Written by Iohn Dansie student in the mathematiques
- A new systeme of the mathematicks ...
- A new systeme of the mathematicks: : Containing I. Arithmetick, as well natural and decimal, as in species, or the principles of Algebra. II. Practical geometry, together with the first six books of Euclid's Elements, as also the eleventh and twelfth, symbolically demonstrated. III. Trigonometry plain and spherical. IV. Cosmography, or a description of the heavens. V. Navigation, or sailing by a plain or Mercator's Chart; as also by the Arch of a Great Circle, &c. VI. The Doctrine of the sphere, grounded on the motion of the earth, according to the old Pythagorean and Copernican systeme. VII. Astronomical tables, with tables of logarithms, natural and artificial sines and tangents, and versed sines. VIII. A new geography, or a description of the most eminent countries and coasts of the world, with maps of them, and tables of their latitude and longitude.
- A progression in arithmetical progression : to the speedy suming up of any totals of roots, squares, or cubes as effectually as now is used only in numbers, with various uses thereof. With some things very remarkable in that mystical number, 666. Also affording ease in the extracting of cubick roots; and the framing of cubes to imperfect roots. By J.W. of Brandon in Com'Warwick, gent
- A rich cabinet, with variety of inventions, unlock'd and open'd, for the recreation of ingenious spirits : Being receits and conceits of several natures, and fit for those who are lovers of natural and artificial conclusions. As also variety of recreative fire-works both for land, air, and water. And fire-works of service, for sea and shore. Whereunto are added divers experiments in drawing, painting, arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, and other parts of the mathematicks. Together with several curious receits of great use, collected out of Alexis, Mizaldus, Wecker, &c. By John White a lover of artificial conclusions
- A rich cabinet, with variety of inventions, unlock'd and open'd, for the recreation of ingenious spirits. : Being receits and conceits of several natures, and fit for those who are lovers of natural and artificial conclusions. As also variety of recreative fire-works both for land, air, and water. And fire-works of service, for sea and shore. Whereunto are added divers experiments in drawing, painting, arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, and other parts of the mathematicks. Together with several curious receits of great use, collected out of Alexis, Mizaldus, Wecker, &c.
- A rich cabinet, with variety of inventions: unlock'd and open'd, for the recreation of ingenious spirits at their vacant hours : Being receipts and conceits of several natures, and fit for those who are lovers of natural and artificial conclusions. As also variety of recreative fire-works both for land, air, and water. And fire-works of service for sea and shore. Whereunto is added divers experiments in drawing, painting, arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, and other parts of the mathematicks. Likewise directions for ringing the most usual peals, that belong to that art. Collected by J. W. a lover of artificial conclusions
- A short treatise of the combinations, elections, permutations & composition of quantities : illustrated by several examples, with a new speculation of the differences of the powers of numbers
- A short treatise of the combinations, elections, permutations & composition of quantities : illustrated by several examples, with a new speculation of the differences of the powers of numbers
- A short treatise of the combinations, elections, permutations & composition of quantities. : Illustrated by several examples, with a new speculation of the differences of the powers of numbers.
- A source book in mathematics, 1200-1800
- A source book in mathematics, 1200-1800
- A specimen of a new al-mon-ac for ever: or, A rectified account of time, by a luni-solar year. : Described in (and dedicated to the most honourable order of) the Garter
- A system of practical mathematics : Containing vulgar and decimal fractions; the extraction of the square and cube roots; multiplication of feet, inches, and parts; the mensuration of superficies and solids, and all sorts of artificers work. Plain geometry and trigonometry, with their application, with their application in measuring the altitude of objects and distance of places; surverying; spherical geometry and trigonometry; astronomy, and dialling. With a plain account of the Gregorian or new style, settled by act of Parliament; the method of finding the epact, moon's age, tides, &c. With necessary tables: particularly the table calculated by the Right Honourable George Earl of Macclesfield, for finding easter. Tables of logarithms, sines, and tangents; with their description and use. The whole in a most easy and plain method; designed for the use of schools, and the benefit of carpenters, joyners, bricklayers, and other artisicers, to whom the practical mathematics are of great and immediate use. To which are added, by way of appendix, cycles of the primary planets, never before published: with Mr. Whiston's cycle for the calculation of solar eclipses without parallaxes. By John Potter
- A tale of a tub, or The Greenwich problem. : Greenvvich, the twenty sixth of July, 1673
- A treatise of algebra : With the application of it to a variety of problems in arithmetic, to geometry, trigonometry and conic sections. With the several methods of solving and constructing equations of the higher kind. By Christian Wolfius, chief professor of mathematics and philosophy, in the College of Magdeburg in Germany and F.R.S. To which is prefixed, what he refers to in his three preliminary treatises. Translated from the Latin
- A treatise of algebra, both historical and practical : shewing the original, progress, and advancement thereof, from time to time, and by what steps it hath attained to the heighth at which it now is : with some additional treatises ...
- A treatise of algebra, both historical and practical : shewing the original, progress, and advancement thereof, from time to time, and by what steps it hath attained to the heighth at which it now is : with some additional treatises ...
- Algebra: or, The doctrine of composing, inferring, and resolving an equation. : By which any resolvable question, requiring either a number, or a magnitude, may be fully satisfyed, and consequently new, usefull, & sometimes admirable inventions, may infinitely be added to the mathematicks.
- Algorismus : das früheste Lehrbuch zum Rechnen mit indischen Ziffern
- An arithmetical treatise of the combinations, elections, permutations, and composition of quantities : illustrated by several examples with a new speculation of the differences of the powers of numbers
- An arithmetical treatise of the combinations, elections, permutations, and composition of quantities : illustrated by several examples with a new speculation of the differences of the powers of numbers
- An epitome of geometry : being a compendious collection of the first, third, fifth, sixth, eleventh and twelfth books of Euclid, with their application to several of the most useful parts of the Mathematicks : also, Euclid's second book and doctrine of proportion, algebraically demonstrated : to which is subjoin'd, A treatise of measuring superficies and solids, vulgarly decimally and practically, with the customs used by artificers in measuring their several works : likewise, directions for measuring board and timber, making vessels of any bigness, taking the plan of any court, yard, garden, &c. : also, the cutting the five regular bodies
- An epitome of geometry : being a compendious collection of the first, third, fifth, sixth, eleventh and twelfth books of Euclid, with their application to several of the most useful parts of the Mathematicks : also, Euclid's second book and doctrine of proportion, algebraically demonstrated : to which is subjoin'd, A treatise of measuring superficies and solids, vulgarly decimally and practically, with the customs used by artificers in measuring their several works : likewise, directions for measuring board and timber, making vessels of any bigness, taking the plan of any court, yard, garden, &c. : also, the cutting the five regular bodies
- An essay on the usefulness of mathematical learning in a letter from a gentleman in the city to his friend in Oxford
- Aristarchou Samiou Peri megethōn kai apostēmatōn hēliou kai selēnēs biblion : Aristarchi Samii De magnitudinibus & distantiis solis & lunae liber. Pappou Alexandreōs tou tēs synagōgēs bibliou 2 apospasma = Pappi Alexandrini secundi libri mathematicae collectionis fragmentum, hactenus desideratum
- Aristarchou Samiou Peri megethōn kai apostēmatōn hēliou kai selēnēs biblion : Aristarchi Samii De magnitudinibus & distantiis solis & lunae liber. Pappou Alexandreōs tou tēs synagōgēs bibliou 2 apospasma = Pappi Alexandrini secundi libri mathematicae collectionis fragmentum, hactenus desideratum
- Arithmetic in whole and broken numbers, digested after a new method, and chiefly adapted to the trade of Ireland. : To which are added instructions for book-keeping. By Elias Voster. The eleventh edition, carefully collated with the former editions. Revised by Daniel Voster. With the dignity of trade in Great-Britain and Ireland: extracted from the mercantile library, or, compleat English tradesman
- Arithmeticall nauigation: or, an order thereof: compiled and published for the aduancement of navigation : more particularly, for the benefit of English mariners, or sea-faring men that delight therein. By Thomas Addison, practicioner in the art of nauigation
- Arithmeticall nauigation: or, an order thereof: compiled and published for the aduancement of navigation : more particularly, for the benefit of English mariners, or sea-faring men that delight therein. By Thomas Addison, practicioner in the art of nauigation
- Arithmetick: vulgar, decimal, instrumental, algebraical. : In four parts. Containing [brace] I. Vulgar arithmetick, in whole numbers and fractions, in a plain and easie method. II. Decimal arithmetick, the ground and reason thereof, and its use illustrated by divers examples. III. Instrumental arithmetick, performing, by decimal scales, all kind of reductions (with more expedition than by decimal tables) Also new scales, whereby the square and cube roots may be extracted by inspection only: both of them new artifices; nothing of the like kind having been before published in any language- With the description of Nepair's Bones (according to their best contrivance) and the use of them ... IV. Algebraical arithmetick, containing an abridgment of the precepts of that art, and its use, illustrated by questions of divers kinds. Whereunto is added, the construction and use of several tables of interest and annuities, vveights and measures, both of our own and other countries.
- Arithmetick: vulgar, decimal, instrumental, algebraical. : In four parts: conteining I Vulgar arithmetick, both in whole numbers and fractions, in a most plain and easie method. II Decimal arithmetick, with the ground and reason thereof, illustrated by divers examples. III Instrumental arithmetick, exactly performing all questions of what nature soever in a decimal way, by scales, with much more ease and facility then can be effected, either by vulgar or decimal arithmetick, the work of reduction being wholly avoided. Nothing in this kind having been hitherto published by any. IV Algebraical arithmetick, conteining an abridgement of the precepts of that art, and the use thereof, illustrated by examples and questions of divers kinds. Whereunto is added the construction and use of several tables of interest and annuities, weights and measures, both of our own and other countries.
- Arithmeticæ et algebræ compendium. : In usum juventutis academicæ
- Arithmeticæ in numeris et speciebus institutio : quæ tum logisticæ, tum analyticæ, atque adeo totius mathematicæ quasi clavis est. Ad incudem revocata, & do nouo limata editio secunda: acui accesserunt tractatus sequentes. De numerosa resolutione omnium æqu[?] quomodo cumque adfectarum. De anarocismo siue de sœnore composite. Regula falsi demonstrata. Elementum decimum Endidis demonstratum. De corpuribus regularibus tractatum. Authore Guilielmo Oughtred
- Artis analyticae praxis, ad æquationes algebraïcas nouâ, expeditâ, & generali methodo, resoluendas: tractatus e posthumis Thomæ Harrioti philosophi ac mathematici celeberrimi schediasmatis summâ fide & diligentiâ descriptus: et illustrissimo Domino Dom. Henrico Percio, Northumbriæ comiti, qui hæc primò, sub patronatus & munificentiæ suæ auspicijs ad proprios vsus elucubrata, in communem mathematicorum vtilitatem, denuò reuisenda, describenda, & publicanda mandauit, meritissimi honoris ergò nuncupatus
- Artis analyticae praxis, ad æquationes algebraïcas nouâ, expeditâ, & generali methodo, resoluendas: tractatus e posthumis Thomæ Harrioti philosophi ac mathematici celeberrimi schediasmatis summâ fide & diligentiâ descriptus: et illustrissimo Domino Dom. Henrico Percio, Northumbriæ comiti, qui hæc primò, sub patronatus & munificentiæ suæ auspicijs ad proprios vsus elucubrata, in communem mathematicorum vtilitatem, denuò reuisenda, describenda, & publicanda mandauit, meritissimi honoris ergò nuncupatus
- Chamberlain's Arithmetick : being a plain and easie explanation of the most useful and necessary art of arithmetick in whole numbers and fractions, that the meanest capacity may obtain the knowledge thereof in a very short time : whereunto are added many rules and tables of interest, rebate, purchases, gaging of cask, and extraction of the square and cube roots
- Chamberlain's Arithmetick : being a plain and easie explanation of the most useful and necessary art of arithmetick in whole numbers and fractions, that the meanest capacity may obtain the knowledge thereof in a very short time : whereunto are added many rules and tables of interest, rebate, purchases, gaging of cask, and extraction of the square and cube roots
- Choix d'amusemens physiques et mathématiques, propres à exercer agréablement l'esprit de la jeunesse. Par M.L. Despiau, ancien professeur de mathématiques et de physique
- Clavis astrologiæ, or, A key to the whole art of astrologie : in two parts: containing I. A brief, methodical, plain introduction thereunto enabling the meanest capacity fully to understand the fundamental grounds thereof and to give a rational judgment upon any astrological figure, nativity or question whatever: also how to make a proper election upon any occasion: unto which is annexed a small book of scheams ready set. II. The Genethliacal part of astrology, briefly comprehending the whole doctrine of directions, revolutions and projections; wherein is shewn by an easie and familiar method, how to rectifie and calculate nativities several ways, and according to any author, as Regiomontanus, Argol, or Kepler: also how to set a scheam the most exact way: with all requisits belonging unto the art of directions perfomed onely by a small artificial canon of sines and tangents; also many brief useful tables covenient for such work; with other varieties not here to fore published.
- Clavis mathematica denuò limata, sive potius fabricata : cui accedit tractatus de resolutione æquationum qualitercunque adfectarum in numeris : et declaratio tum decimi elementi Euclidis de lateribus incommensurabilibus : tum decimi tertii & decimi quarti elementi de quinque solidis regularibus, atque hic passim logisticæ decimalis, & logarithmorum doctrina intexitur
- Clavis mathematica denuò limata, sive potius fabricata : cui accedit tractatus de resolutione æquationum qualitercunque adfectarum in numeris : et declaratio tum decimi elementi Euclidis de lateribus incommensurabilibus : tum decimi tertii & decimi quarti elementi de quinque solidis regularibus, atque hic passim logisticæ decimalis, & logarithmorum doctrina intexitur
- Clavis mathematicæ denuo limata, sive, Potius fabricata : cum aliis quibusdam ejusdem commentationibus, quæ in sequenti pagina recensentur
- Clavis mathematicæ denvo limata, sive, Potius fabricata : cum aliis quibusdam ejusdem commentationibus, quæ in sequenti pagina recensentur
- Clavis mathematicæ denyo limata, sive, Potius fabricata : cum aliis quibusdam ejusdem commentationibus, quae in sequenti pagina recensentur
- Commercium epistolicum de quæstionibus quibusdam mathematicis nuper habitum
- Commercium epistolicum de quæstionibus quibusdam mathematicis nuper habitum
- Cursus mathematicus, Mathematical sciences : in nine books ... : with the description, construction, and use of geometrical and nautical instruments, and the doctrine of triangles applied to practice in mensurations of all kinds,
- Cursus mathematicus, Mathematical sciences : in nine books ... : with the description, construction, and use of geometrical and nautical instruments, and the doctrine of triangles applied to practice in mensurations of all kinds, as in longimetria, planometria, military architecture, or taking of heights, distances, &c., surveying of land, woods, roads, &c., fortification, and in navigation, dialling, &c. ...
- Dary's miscellanies : being, for the most part a brief collection of mathematical theorems, from divers authors upon these subjects following : I. Of the inscription and circumscription of a circle, II. Of plain triangles, III. Of spherical triangles, IV. Of the projection of the sphere in plano, V. Of planometry and the centre of gravity, VI. Of solid geometry, and (therein) gauging, VII. Of the scale of ponderosity, alias the stilliard, VIII. Of the four compendiums for quadratiqued equations, IX. Of recreative problems
- Dary's miscellanies examined : and some of his fundamental errors detected by authority of ancient and modern mathematicians ... : to which is added a task for Mr. Dary of his own setting
- Dary's miscellanies examined : and some of his fundamental errors detected by authority of ancient and modern mathematicians ... : to which is added a task for Mr. Dary of his own setting
- De proportionibus proportionum : and Ad pauca respicientes
- De sectore & radio. : The description and vse of the sector in three bookes. The description and vse of the cross-staffe in other three bookes. For such as are studious of mathematicall practise
- De thiende, 1585
- Die mathematischen Zeitschriftenartikel
- Die älteste lateinische Schrift über das indische Rechnen nach al-Ḫwārizmī
- Dissertatio mathematico-physica inauguralis, de corporum vi attrahente & repellente
- Due correction for Mr Hobbes· Or Schoole discipline, for not saying his lessons right. : In answer to his Six lessons, directed to the professors of mathematicks.
- Edmond Halley's reconstruction of the lost book of Apollonius's Conics : translation and commentary
- Enneades arithmeticæ : The numbring nines, or, Pythagoras his table extended to all whole numbers under 10000 : and the numbring rods of the Right Honourable John, Lord Nepeer : enlarged with 9999 fixt columns, or rods ... with a new sort of double and moveable rods for the ... easie performance of multiplication, division, and extraction of roots
- Enneades arithmeticæ : The numbring nines, or, Pythagoras his table extended to all whole numbers under 10000 : and the numbring rods of the Right Honourable John, Lord Nepeer : enlarged with 9999 fixt columns, or rods ... with a new sort of double and moveable rods for the ... easie performance of multiplication, division, and extraction of roots ..
- Enneades arithmeticæ, the numbring nines, or, Pythagoras his table extended to all whole numbers under 10000 : and the numbring rods of the Right Honourable John Lord Nepeer : enlarged with 9999 fixt columns or rods, of single, double, triple, and quadruple figures, and with a new sort of double and moveable rods, for the much more sure, plain and easie performance of multiplication, division, and extraction of roots
- Enneades arithmeticæ, the numbring nines, or, Pythagoras his table extended to all whole numbers under 10000 : and the numbring rods of the Right Honourable John Lord Nepeer : enlarged with 9999 fixt columns or rods, of single, double, triple, and quadruple figures, and with a new sort of double and moveable rods, for the much more sure, plain and easie performance of multiplication, division, and extraction of roots ..
- Euclid's Elements : The whole fifteen books compendiously demonstrated by Mr. Isaac Barrow, Fellow of Trinity Colledge in Cambridge. And translated out of the Latin
- Euclid's elements of geometry : In xv. books: with a supplement of divers propositions and corollaries. To which is added, a treatise of regular solids, by Campane and Flussas. Likewise Euclid's data: and Marinus his preface thereunto annexed. Also a treatise of the divisions of superficies, ascribed to Machomet Bagdedine, but published by Commandine, at the request of John Dee of London; whose preface to the said treatise declares it to be the worke of Euclide, the author of these elements. Published by the care and industry of John Leeke and George Serle, students in the mathematicks
- Examinatio & emendatio mathematicæ hodiernæ : qualis explicatur in libris Johannis Wallisii geometriæ professoris Saviliani in Academia Oxoniensi : distributa in sex dialogos
- Examinatio & emendatio mathematicæ hodiernæ : qualis explicatur in libris Johannis Wallisii geometriæ professoris Saviliani in Academia Oxoniensi : distributa in sex dialogos
- Examinatio & emendatio mathematicæ hodiernæ. : Qualis explicatur in libris Johannis Wallisii geometriæ professoris Saviliani in Academia Oxoniensi. Distributa in sex dialogos. Authore Thoma Hobbes Malmesburiensi
- Fibonacci's Liber abaci : a translation into modern English of Leonardo Pisano's Book of calculation
- Forster's arithmetick. Or, That useful art made easie : Explaining the grounds and principles thereof, both in whole numbers and fractions. By such plain, easie, and familiar rules and precepts, that any person of a reasonable capacity, may (in a short time) attain to a competent proficiency therein, without the help of any tutor. Newly corrected, and much enlarged, by Henry Coley, teacher of the mathematicks
- Francisci Vietæi opera mathematica : in quibus tractatur canon mathematicus, seu ad triangula. Item Canonion triangulorum laterum rationalium: vnà cum vniuersalium inspectionum ad Canonem mathematicum, libro singulari
- Gaging promoted : an appendix to Stereometrical propositions
- Gaging promoted : an appendix to stereometrical propositions
- Geometry epitomiz'd : being a compendious collection of the most useful propositions in the first, third, fourth, fifth and sixth books of Euclid : together with their uses, in several practical parts of the mathematicks : also, Euclid's second book and doctrine of proportion, alegebraically [sic] demonstrated, with some of the most useful problems required in practise
- Guilelmi Oughtred Aetonensis, quondam Collegii Regalis in Cantabrigia Socii, Opuscula mathematica, : quorum seriem versa pagina indicabit
- Guilelmi Oughtred Ætonensis ... Opuscula mathematica hactenus inedita
- Gulielmi Oughtred Ætonensis : quondam collegii regalis in Cantabrigia socii, clavis mathematicæ denuo limata, sive potius fabricata. Cum aliis quibusdam ejusdem commentationibus, quæ in sequenti pagina recensentur. Editio quinta auctior & emendatior. Ex recognitione D. Johannis Wallis, S.T.D. Geometriæ professoris saviliani
- Harmonia mensurarum, : sive analysis & synthesis per rationum & angulorum mensuras promotæ: accedunt alia opuscula mathematica: per Rogerum Cotesium. Edidit et auxit Robertus Smith ..
- Hobbius Heauton-timorumenos, or, A consideration of Mr. Hobbes his dialogves : in an epistolary discourse, addressed, to the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq.
- Hobbius Heauton-timorumenos, or, A consideration of Mr. Hobbes his dialogves : in an epistolary discourse, addressed, to the Honourable Robert Boyle, Esq.
- Hodder's Arithmetick: or, That necessary art made most easie : Being explained in a way familiar to the capacity of any that desire to learn in a little time. By James Hodder, writing master
- Hodder's arithmetick: or, That necessary art made most easie : Being explained in a way familiar to the capacity of any that desire to learn it in a little time. By James Hodder, schoolmaster near the Royal Exchange
- Hodder's arithmetick: or, that necessary art made most easie, : being explained in a way familiar to the capacity of any that desire to learn it in a little time.
- In Thomæ Hobbii philosophiam exercitatio epistolica : cui subjicitir appendicula Ad calumnias ab eodem Hobbio (in sex documentis nuperrimè editis) in authorem congestas responsoria
- In Thomæ Hobbii philosophiam exercitatio epistolica : cui subjicitir appendicula Ad calumnias ab eodem Hobbio (in sex documentis nuperrimè editis) in authorem congestas responsoria
- Institutes of arithmetic, for the use of schools and academies. By Alexander Ewing, teacher of mathematics in Edinburgh
- Instructions given in the drawing school established by the Dublin-Society : pursuant to their resolution of the fourth of February, 1768 : to enable youth to become proficients in the different branches of that art, and to pursue with success, geographical, nautical, mechanical, commercial, and military studies
- Ioannis MevrsI Denarivs Pythagoricvs, sive, De numerorum, usque ad denarium, qualitate, ac nominibus, secundùm Pythagoricos
- It is proposed, that a work, of which the following is an outline, entitled Recherches mathématiques, sur la texture intime des corps, by A.Q. Buée, a French Clergyman at Bath. Shall be published by subscription
- Jacobi Bernoulli ... Ars conjectandi, opus posthumum. Accedit Tractatus de seriebus infinitis, et epistola Gallice scripta de ludo pilæ ̋ reticularis
- Jacobi Rohaulti Tractatus physicus Gallice emissus et recens Latinitate donatus, per Th. Bonetum D.M. Cum animadversionibus Antonii Le Grand. Cui accessit eiusdem Rohaulti De arte mechanica tractatus mathematicus e Gallico sermone Latinè factus
- Jacobi rohaulti tractatus physicus Gallice emissus et recens Latinitate donatus
- Johannis VVallisi, SS. Th.D. geometriae professoris Saviliani in celeberrimâ Academia Oxoniensi, operum mathematicorum pars prima : qua continentur, oratio inauguralis. Mathesis universalis, sive, Arithmeticum tum speciosam complectens. Adversis Meibomii, de proportionibus dialogum, tractatis elencticus
- Johannis Wallis S.T.D. geometriæ professoris Saviliani, in celeberrima Academia Oxoniensi, Operum mathematicorum : volumen tertium. Quo continentur Claudii Ptolemæi Porphyrii Manuelis Bryennii harmonica: Archimedis arenarius, & dimensio circuli; cum Eutocii commentario: Aristarchi Samii, de magnitudinibus & distantiis solis & lunæ, liber: Pappi Alexandrini, libri secundi collectaneorum, hactenus disiderati, fragmentum: Græce & Latine edita, cum notis. Accedunt epistolæ nonnullæ, rem mathematicam spectantes; et opuscula quædam miscellanea
- Johannis Wallis S.T.D., Geometriæ Professoris Saviliani, in celeberrima Academia Oxoniensi De algebra tractatus : historicus & practicus : anno 1685 Anglice editus, nunc auctus Latine : cum variis appendicibus, partim prius editis Anglice, partim nunc primum editis : operum mathematicorum volumen alterum
- Johannis Wallis S.T.D., Geometriæ Professoris Saviliani, in celeberrima Academia Oxoniensi De algebra tractatus : historicus & practicus : anno 1685 Anglice editus, nunc auctus Latine : cum variis appendicibus, partim prius editis Anglice, partim nunc primum editis : operum mathematicorum volumen alterum
- Johannis Wallis S.T.D., geometriæ professoris Saviliani, in celeberrima Academia Oxoniensi Opera mathematica
- Johannis Wallisii, S.S. Th.D., geometriæ professoris Saviliani in celeberrima Academia Oxoniensi Operum mathematicorum pars prima
- Johannis Wallisii, SS. Th. D. geometriæ professoris Saviliani in celeberrimâ academia Oxoniensi, operum mathematicorum pars altera : qua continentur de angulo contactus & semicirculi, disquisitio geometrica. De sectionibus conicis tractatus. Arithmetica infinitorum: sive de curvilineorum quadraturâ, &c. Ecclipseos Solaris observatio
- Jordani Bruni Nolani De triplici minimo et mensvra ad trivm specvlatiuarum scientiarum & multarum actiuarum artium principia : libri V ad illustrib. & reierendis. principem
- Jordani Bruni Nolani De triplici minimo et mensvra ad trivm specvlatiuarum scientiarum & multarum actiuarum artium principia : libri V ad illustrib. & reierendis. principem
- Les données mathématiques des traités du XIIe siècle sur la symbolique des nombres : suivi de trois appendices
- Ludus mathematicus, or, The mathematical game : explaining the description, construction, and use of the numericall 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 exceeds not 1000000
- 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
- Līlāvatī : kriyākramakaryākhyayā vyākhyayā sametā = Līlāvatī of Bhāskarācārya : being an elaborate exposition of the rationale of Hindu mathematics
- Mathematical dissertaions on a variety of physical and analytical subjects. : Containing, among other particulars, a demonstration of the true figure which the Earth, or any planet must acquire from its rotation about an axis. A general investigation of the attraction at the surfaces of bodies nearly spherical. A determination of the meridional parts, and the lengths of the several degrees of the meridian, accoding to the true figure of the Earth. An investigation of the height of the tides in the ocean. A new theory of astronomical-refractions, with exact tables deduced therefrom. A new and very exact method for approximating the roots of equations in numbers; that quintuples the number of places at each operation. Several new methods for the summation of series. Some new and very useful improvements in the inverse method of fluxions. The whole in a general and perspicuous manner. By Thomas Simpson
- Mathematical works
- Mathematicks made easie, or, A mathematical dictionary : explaining the terms of art, and difficult phrases used in arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, astrology, and other mathematical sciences wherein the true meaning of the word is rendred, the nature of things signified discussed, and (where need requires) illustrated with apt figures and diagrams : with an appendix, exactly containing the quantities of all sorts of weights and measures : the characters and meaning of the marks, symbols, or abreviations commonly used in algebra, and sundry other observables
- Mathematicks made easie, or, A mathematical dictionary : explaining the terms of art, and difficult phrases used in arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, astrology, and other mathematical sciences wherein the true meaning of the word is rendred, the nature of things signified discussed, and (where need requires) illustrated with apt figures and diagrams : with an appendix, exactly containing the quantities of all sorts of weights and measures : the characters and meaning of the marks, symbols, or abreviations commonly used in algebra, and sundry other observables
- Mathesis enucleata : or, the elements of the mathematicks: to which is annexed, an introduction to algebra
- Mathesis enucleata, or, The elements of the mathematicks
- Mechanica, sive, De motu, tractatus geometricus
- Meditationes analyticæ. : Ab Edvardo Waring, M.D. Trin. Coll. Apud Cantab. Matheseos professore lucasuano, regiæ societatis, er bononiensis scientiarum academiæ socio. Hic liber imprimebatur Annis 1773, 74, 75, et editus 1776
- Miscellanea mathematica : Consisting of a large collection of curious mathematical problems, and their solutions. Together with many other important disquisitions in various branches of the mathematics. Being the literary correspondence of several eminent mathematicians. By Cha. Hutton, F.R.S. professor of mathematics in the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich
- Miscellanies, or Mathematical lucubrations of Mr. Samuel Foster
- Miscellanies, or Mathematical lucubrations of Mr. Samuel Foster
- Mr Wingate's arithmetick : containing a plain and familiar method, for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetick
- Mr Wingate's arithmetick : containing a plain and familiar method, for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetick
- Mr Wingate's arithmetick : containing a plain and familiar method, for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetick. The eighth edition, very much enlarged. First composed by Edmund Wingate late of Grayes-Inne Esquire. Afterwards upon Mr. Wingate's request, enlarged in his life-time: also since his decease carefully revised, and much improved, as will appear by the preface and table of contents. By John Kersey, teacher of the mathematicks, at the sign of the Globe in Shandois-street in Covent-Garden
- Mr. William Oughtred's Key of the mathematicks
- Mr. Wingate's arithmetick : containing a plain and familiar method for attaining the knowldge and practice of common arithmetick
- Mr. Wingate's arithmetick : containing a plain and familiar method for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetick
- Mr. Wingate's arithmetick : containing a plain and familiar method for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetick
- Mr. Wingate's arithmetick : containing a plain and familiar method for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetick
- Mr. Wingate's arithmetick : containing a plain and familiar method, for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetick
- Mr. Wingate's arithmetick : containing a plain and familiar method, for attaining the knowledge and practice of common arithmetick
- Mr. Wingate's arithmetick, : containing a perfect method for the knowledge and practice of common arithmetick.
- Mémoires donnés à l'Académie Royale des Sciences, non imprimés dans leur temps
- Nicolai Fatii Duillierii, R.S.S. Lineæ brevissimi descensus investigatio geometrica duplex : cui addita est investigation geometrica solidi rotundi in quod minima fiat resistentia
- Nicolai Fatii Duillierii, R.S.S. Lineæ brevissimi descensus investigatio geometrica duplex : cui addita est investigation geometrica solidi rotundi in quod minima fiat resistentia
- Nicolas Chuquet, Renaissance mathematician : a study with extensive translation of Chuquet's mathematical manuscript completed in 1484
- Norvvood's epitomy : being the application of the doctrine of triangles, in certain problems, concerning the use of the plain sea-charts, and mercator's-chart. Being the two most usual kinds of sailing. [Wi]th a table of artificial sines, tangents, and the complements arithmetical of sines supplying the use of secants. To radius 10,00000, and to every degree and minute of the quadrant. Also, chiliad, or the logarithms of absolute numbers, [fr]om a unte to 1000, with a table of the right-ascension and declination of the sun: and certain principal stars that are most in use. Whereunto is added the farther use of the forenamed tables in questions that concern navigation, astronomy, and geography; as also an universal almanack. By Richard Norwood, reader of the mathematicks
- Novæ motuum cælestium ephemerides Richelianæ annorum 15, ab anno 1637 incipientes, ubi sex anni priores e fontibus Lansbergianis, reliqui vero e numeris Tychoni-Keplerianis eruntur, quibus accesserunt. In priori parte. 1 Isagoge in Astrologiam. 2 De aeris mutatione. 3 Doctrina primi mobilis exquisite demonstrata. In secunda parte. 1 Usus tabularum astronomicarum pro rebus omnibus ad astronomiam spectantibus instituendis. 2 De crisium mysterio tractatus. 3 Gnomonices liber unus, ubi scioterica delineandi horologia quocunque modo vel declinantia, vel inclinantia methodus omnium & facillima & brevissima tabularum ope, traditur. Authore Natal. Durret, cosmographo Regio, at eminentiss. Card. Richel
- Opera mathematica
- Opera mathematica
- Opera mathematica (972-1003) : accedunt aliorum opera ad Gerberti libellos aestimandos intelligendosque necessaria per septem appendices distributa
- Operum mathematicorvm
- Oughtredus explicatus, sive, Commentarius in ejus Clavem mathematicam. : Cui addita Sunt planetarum observationes & horologiorum constructio.
- P. Petri Galtruchii ... Mathematicæ totius : h.e. 1. arithmeticæ, 2. geometriæ, 3. astronomiæ, 4. chronologiæ, 5. gnomonicæ, 6. geographiæ, 7. opticæ, 8. musicæ, clara, brevis & accurata institutio : in gratiam studiosæ juventutis adornata
- P. Petri Galtruchii Aurelianensis Soc. Jesu. Mathematicæ totius : hoc est 1. Arithmeticæ, 2. Geometriæ, 3. Astronomiæ, 4. Chronologiæ, 5. Gnomonicæ, 6. Geographiæ, 7. Opticæ, 8. Musicæ : clara, brevis & accurata institutio : in gratiam studiosæ juventutis adornata
- Pascal selections
- Poor Robin's book of knowledge : Shewing the effects of the planets, and other astronomical constellations. Excellent receipts for curing of most distempers incident to man. Useful observations in chirurgery and husbandry. With directions for ordering cattle, and medicines for the many diseases they are liable to. Short observations on each month in the year. A discourse of the natural cause of snow, hail, and rain. Of the golden number, of weights and measures used in England. With directions for making all manner of bonds, bills, releases, indentures, wills, &c. With many other pleasant and profitable rarities too long here to incert. According to those undeniable grounds and axioms delivered by the ancient philosophers, and astronomers, Pythagoras, Aristotle, Haley, Albert, Philo Judæus, and Ptolomy. Experienced by the 21 years study and practice of Poor Robin, a well-wisher to the mathematicks
- Practical geometry, : in two parts: the first, shewing how to perform the four species of arithmetick, (viz. addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division,) together with reduction, and the rule of proportion in figures. The second, containing a hundred geometricall questions, with their solutions and demonstrations, some of them being performed arithmetically, and others geometrically, yet all without the help of algebra. A worke very necessary for all men, but principally for surveyors of land, engineers, and all other students in the mathematicks.
- Practicall geometry : in two parts: the first, shewing how to perform the foure species of arithmeticke, (viz: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division) together with reduction, and the rule of proportion in figures. The second, containing a hundred geometricall questions, with their solutions & demonstrations, some of them being performed arithmetically, and others geometrically, yet all without the help of algebra. A worke very necessary for all men, but principally for surveyors of land, engineers, military architects, and all other students in the mathematicks. By Captain Thomas Rudd, chiefe engineer to his late Majestie
- Principia mathematica pro studiosâ mathesium juventute
- Rabdologia, or, The art of numbring by rods : whereby the tedious operations of multiplication, and division, and of extraction of roots, both square and cubick, are avoided, being for the most part performed by addition and subtraction : with many examples for the practice of the same : first invented by the Lord Napier, Baron of Marchiston ...
- Rabdologia, or, The art of numbring by rods : whereby the tedious operations of multiplication, and division, and of extraction of roots, both square and cubick, are avoided, being for the most part performed by addition and subtraction : with many examples for the practice of the same : first invented by the Lord Napier, Baron of Marchiston ...
- Rara mathematica
- Richard of Wallingford : an edition of his writings
- Robert of Chester's Latin translation of the Algebra of al-Khowarizmi
- Roger Cotes, natural philosopher
- Sectionum conicarum elementa : nova methodo demonstrata.
- Sectionum conicarum elementa nova methodo demonstrata. Authore Jacobo Milnes, rectore de Ingestre in Agro Staffordiensi
- Stigmai ageōmetrias, agroichias, antipoliteas, amatheias, or, Markes of the absurd geometry, rural language, Scottish church-politicks, and barbarismes of John Wallis professor of geometry and doctor of divinity
- Supplementum analyticum ad æquationes cartesianas
- Supplementum analyticum ad æquationes cartesianas
- Synopsis algebraica
- Synopsis algebraica
- Synopsis palmariorum matheseos: or, A new introduction to the mathematics : Containing the principles of arithmetic & geometry demonstrated, in a short and easie method; with their application to the most useful parts thereof: as, resolving of equations, infinite series, making the logarithms; interest, simple and compound; the chief properties of the conic sections; mensuration of surfaces and solids; the fundamental precepts of perspective; trigonometry; the laws of motion apply'd to mechanic powers, gunnery, &c. Design'd for the benefit, and adapted to the capacities of beginners. By W. Jones
- Systema compendiosum totius mathematices : hoc est geometriae, opticae, astronomiae, et geographiae publicis prælectionibus anno 1605 in celeberrimo Gymnasio Dantiscano propositum
- Systema compendiosum totius mathematices : hoc est geometriae, opticae, astronomiae, et geographiae publicis prælectionibus anno 1605 in celeberrimo Gymnasio Dantiscano propositum
- The English school-master compleated : containing several tables of common English words, from one, to six, seven, and eight syllables, both whole and divided, according to the rules of true spelling; with prayers, and graces both before and after meat, and rules for childrens behaviour at all times and places, with several other necessaries suitable to the capacities of children and youth. Also brief and easie rules for the true and exact spelling, reading, and writing of English according to the present pronunciation thereof in the famous University of Oxford, and City of London. To which is added, an appendix containing the principles of arithmetick, with an account of coins, weights, measure, time, &c. Copies of letters, titles of honour, suitable for men of all degrees, and qualities, bills of parcels, bills of exchange, bills of debt, receipts, and several other rules and observations fit for a youths accomplishment in the way of trade. John Hawkins school-master at St. Georges Church in Southwark
- The English school-master completed : Containing several tables of common English words, from one, to six, seven and eight syllables; both whole and divided, according to the rules of true spelling; with prayers, and graces, both before and after meat, and rules for children's behaviour at all times and places, with several other necessaries, suitable to the capacities of children and youth. Also, brief and easy rules for the true and exact spelling, reading, and writing of English, according to the present pronunciation thereof in both the universities, and city of London. To which is added, an appendix, containing the principles of arithmatick, with an account of coins, weights, measure, time, &c. copies of letters, titles of honour, suitable for men of all degrees, and qualities; bills of pracels, bills of exchange, bills of debt, receipts, and several other rules and observations fit for a youth's accomplishment in the way of trade. By John Hawkins, school-master, at St. George's Church in Southwark
- The book of Michael of Rhodes : a fifteenth-century maritime manuscript
- The book of squares
- The countrey-survey-book: or, Land-meters vade-mecum : Wherein the principles and practical rules for surveying of land, are so plainly (though briefly) delivered, that any one of ordinary parts (understanding how to add, substract, multiply and divide,) may by the help of this small treatise alone and a few cheap instruments easy to be procured, measure a parcel of land, and with judgment and expedition plot it, and give up the content thereof. With an appendix, containing twelve problems touching compound interest and annuities; and a method to contract the work of fellowship and alligation alternate, very considerable in many cases. Illustrated with copper plates. By Adam Martindale, a friend to mathematical learning
- The country-survey-book: or Land-meters vade-mecum : Wherein the principles and practical rules for surveying of land, are so plainly (though briefly) delivered, that any one of ordinary parts (understanding how to add, substract, multiply and divide,) may by the help of this small treatise alone and a few cheap instruments easy to be procured, measure a parcel of land, and with judgment and expedition plot it, and give up the content thereof. With an appendix, containing twelve problems touching compound interest and annuities; and a method to contract the work of fellowship and alligation alternate, very considerably in many cases. Illustrated with copper plates. By Adam Martindale, a friend to mathematical learning
- The description and use of an instrument, called the double scale of proportion : by which instrument, all questions in arithmetick, geometry, trigonometry, astronomy, geography, navigation, fortification, gunnery, gaging vessels, dialing, may be most accurately and speedily performed, without the assistance of either pen or compasses
- The description and use of an instrument, called the double scale of proportion : by which instrument, all questions in arithmetick, geometry, trigonometry, astronomy, geography, navigation, fortification, gunnery, gaging vessels, dialing, may be most accurately and speedily performed, without the assistance of either pen or compasses
- The description and vse of the sector, the crosse-staffe and other instruments, : For such as are studious of mathematicall practise
- The description of the line of numbers, eleven times repeated, with two radiusses in every line, for the more conveniency in the using thereof
- The doctrine of chances, or, A method of calculating the probabilities of events in play
- The general doctrine of equation reduced into brief precepts. : In III chapters. derived from the works of the best modern analysts.
- The general-gauger: or, The principles and practice of gauging beer, wine and malt. : Containing I. Decimal-arithmetic, the extraction of the square and cube-roots, and the use of them, in the way of gauging. II. The necessary problems in geometry relating to gauging and measuring. III. The use of the sliding-rule in measuring timber, and other surfaces and solids. IV. The theory and practice of gauging in all the varieties, perform'd by pen and sliding-rule. Each proposition being wrought in beer, wine and malt. V. The construction of the table of segments, and all the varieties of ullaging of casks. VI. A table of areas in malt-bushels, &c. The whole laid down more methodically than any performance of this nature yet extent.
- The key of the mathematicks new forged and filed : together with a treatise of the resolution of all kinde of affected æquations in numbers : vvith the rule of compound usury, and demonstration of the rule of false position : and a most easie art of delineating all manner of plaine sun-dyalls
- The line of proportion or numbers, commonly called Gunter's line made easie : by the which may be measured all manner of superficies and solids as boards, glass, pavement, timber, stone, &c. : also, how to perform the same by a line of equal parts, drawn from the centre of a two-foot rule : whereunto is added, The use of the line of proportion improved : whereby all manner of superficies and solids may both exactly and speedily be measured, without the help of pen or compasses, by inspection, looking only upon the ruler
- The line of proportion, commonly called Gunter's line, made easie : a second part, with the addition of other lines, which may conveniently be put upon a two-foot rule and their uses exemplified
- The line of proportion, commonly called Gunter's line, made easie : a second part, with the addition of other lines, which may conveniently be put upon a two-foot rule and their uses exemplified
- The making and vse of the geometricall instrument, called a sector : Whereby many necessarie geometricall conclusions concerning the proportionall description, and diuision of lines, and figures, the drawing of a plot of ground, the translating of it from one quantitie to another, and the casting of it vp geometrically, the measuring of heights, lengths and breadths may be mechanically perfomed with great expedition, ease, and elight to all those, which commonly follow the practise of the mathematicall arts, either in suruaying of land, or otherwise. Written by Thomas Hood, doctor in physicke. 1598. The instrument is made by Charles Whitwell dwelling without Temple Barre against S. Clements church
- The making and vse of the geometricall instrument, called a sector : Whereby many necessarie geometricall conclusions concerning the proportionall description, and diuision of lines, and figures, the drawing of a plot of ground, the translating of it from one quantitie to another, and the casting of it vp geometrically, the measuring of heights, lengths and breadths may be mechanically perfomed with great expedition, ease, and elight to all those, which commonly follow the practise of the mathematicall arts, either in suruaying of land, or otherwise. Written by Thomas Hood, doctor in physicke. 1598. The instrument is made by Charles Whitwell dwelling without Temple Barre against S. Clements church
- The mariners new kalendar. : Containing the principles of arithmetick and geometry : with the extraction of the square and cube root : also rules for finding the prime, epact, moon's age, time of high-water, with tables for the same. : Together with exact tables of the sun's place, declination, and right ascension ... : Also the description and use of the sea-quadrant, forestaff and nocturnal ...
- The mariners new kalendar. : Containing the principles of arithmetick and geometry with the extraction of the square and cube roots. Also rules for finding the prime, epact, moon's age, time of high water, with table for the same. Together with exact tables of the sun's place, declination, and right ascension. Of the right ascension and declination of the principal fixed stars. Of the latitude and longitude of places. A large table of difference of latitude and departure, for the exact working a traverse. Also the description and use of the sea-quadrant, forestaff and nocturnal. The problems of plain-sailing and astronomy, wrought by the logarithms and by Gunter's scale. A rutter for the coasts of England, Scotland, Ireland, France &c. And the soundings coming into the channel. With directions for sailing into some principal harbours
- The mariners new kalendar. : Containing the principles of arithmetick and geometry; with the extraction of the square and cube root. : Also rules for finding the prime, epact, moons-age, times of high-water; with tables for the same. : Together with exact tables of the suns place, declination, and right ascension ... : Also the description and use of the sea-quadrant, forestaff and nocturnal ...
- The marrow of the mathematicks : contracted into a small compass, and made plain and easie to the understanding of any ordinary capacity. Containing the doctrines of arethmetick, geometry, astronomy, gauging, the use of the sector, surveying, dyalling, and the art of navigation, &c. Illustrated with several cuts for the better explanation of the whole matter. After a new, compendious, easie method, by W. Pickering, merchant-adventurer. Licensed Octob. 9th 1685. Rob. Midgley
- The marrow of the mathematicks, : contracted into a small compass, and made plain and easie to the understanding of any ordinary capacity : containing the doctrines of arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, gauging, the use of the sector, surveying, dialling, and the art of navigation, &c. illustrated with several cuts for the better explanation of the whole matter : after a new, compendious, easie method
- The marrow of the mathematicks, made plain and easie to the understanding of any ordinary capacity. : Containing the doctrines of arithmetick, geometry, astronomy, gauging, the use of the sector, surveying, dialling, and the art of navigation, &c. illustrated with several cuts for the better explanation of the whole matter. After a new, compendious, easy method. To which is added, measuring surfaces and solids, such as plank, timber, stone, &c. joiners, carpenters, bricklayers, glasiers, painters and paviers work: each proposition being wrought vulgarly, decimally, practically and instrumentally. With a small tract of gauging wine, ale, or malt, without inches, or division, by which any one may gauge ten backs, or floors of malt, in the same time another shall gauge one, by the way now used: altogether new. By W. Pickering
- The mathematical ievvel : shewing the making, and most excellent vse of a singuler instrument so called: in that it performeth with wonderfull dexteritie, whatsoeuer is to be done, either by quadrant, ship, circle, cylinder, ring, dyall, horoscope, astrolabe, sphere, globe, or any such like heretofore deuised: ... The vse of which iewel, is so aboundant and ample, that it leadeth any man practising thereon, the direct pathway ... through the whole artes of astronomy, cosmography, ... and briefely of whatsoeuer concerneth the globe or sphere: ... The most part newly founde out by the author, compiled and published ... by Iohn Blagraue of Reading gentleman and well willer to the mathematickes, who hath cut all the prints or pictures of the whole worke with his owne hands. 1585
- The mathematical ievvel : shewing the making, and most excellent vse of a singuler instrument so called: in that it performeth with wonderfull dexteritie, whatsoeuer is to be done, either by quadrant, ship, circle, cylinder, ring, dyall, horoscope, astrolabe, sphere, globe, or any such like heretofore deuised: ... The vse of which iewel, is so aboundant and ample, that it leadeth any man practising thereon, the direct pathway ... through the whole artes of astronomy, cosmography, ... and briefely of whatsoeuer concerneth the globe or sphere: ... The most part newly founde out by the author, compiled and published ... by Iohn Blagraue of Reading gentleman and well willer to the mathematickes, who hath cut all the prints or pictures of the whole worke with his owne hands. 1585
- The mathematical iewel, : shewing the making, and most excellent vse of a singuler instrument so called: in that it performeth with wonderfull dexteritie, whatsoeuer is to be done, either by quadrant, ship, circle, cylinder, ring, dyall, horoscope, astrolabe, sphere, globe, or any such like heretofore deuised: yea or by most tables commonly extant: and that generally to all places from pole to pole. The vse of which iewel, is so aboundant and ample, that it leadeth any man practising thereon, the direct pathway (from the first steppe to the last) through the whole artes of astronomy, cosmography, geography, topography, nauigation, longitudes of regions, dyalling, sphericall triangles, setting figures, and briefely of whatsoeuer concerneth the globe or sphere: with great and incredible speede, plainenesse, facilitie, and pleasure: the most part newly founde out by the author, compiled and published for the furtherance, as well of gentlemen and others desirous of speculatiue knowledge, and priuate practise: as also for the furnishing of such worthy mindes, nauigators, and traueylers, that pretend long voyages or new discoueries:
- The mathematical papers of Isaac Newton
- The mathematical works of Leon Battista Alberti
- The mathematicall praeface to the Elements of geometrie of Euclid of Megara (1570)
- The measurer and gauger's guide. : Containing first, the reasons of the five principal rules of arithmetick, demonstrated by lines; with examples of each rule. Secondly, measuring of surfaces and solids, such as plank, timber, stone, &c. Joiners, carpenters, bricklayers, glasiers, painters and paviours work: each proposition being wrought vulgarly, decimally, practically and instrumentally. A small tract of gauging wine, ale or malt without inches or division. By which any one may gauge ten backs, or floors of malt, in the same time another shall gauge one, by the way now used:
- The most easy and exact manner of resolving all sorts of triangles ... : most necessary for all such as would attaine to the exact knowledg [sic] of fortification, dyaling, navigation, surveying, architecture ... : lately invented and perfected ... and convincingly demonstrated
- The practical arithmetician: or Art of numbers improved. : Exhibiting a new method of learning the most useful branches of arithmetic, perfectly, in the shortest time; by a succession of plain, easy, short, improved, mechanical, and direct, rules. For the use of schools and private tutors. Without the great hindrance and loss of time to learners, by being put backward and forward under different instructors. Since the first small work was proposed, at a small price, the work is enlarged and improved into a complete treatise on all the useful and curious subjects of arithmetic, to make it a most perfect work of its kind. By the Palladium-Author, junior
- The principles of mathematics and natural philosophy. : In four volumes. ..
- The sector and plain scale, compared. : Containing I. The description of all the lines upon the sector and plain scales. II. The true use of the sector made plain and easie in several geometrical problems, and in all the cases of right lin'd trigonometry. III. All the proceeding geometrical problems, and cases of right lin'd trigonometry compared by the plain scale, and proved by Mr. Gunter's scale. IV. All the proceeding cases of right lin'd trigonometry, performed arithmetically, without the help of any sort of tables. Unto which is annexed, so much of decimal arithmetick, and the extraction of the square root, as is necessary for the working of arithmetical trigonometry. The second edition. By Roger Rea. N.P. Phi
- The semicircle on a sector : in two books. Containing the description of a general and portable instrument; whereby most problems (reducible to instrumental practice) in astronomy, trigonometry, arithmetick, geometry, geography, topography, navigation, dyalling, &c. are speedily and exactly resolved. By J. T
- The trissotetras: or, a most exquisite table for resolving all manner of triangles, : whether plaine or sphericall, rectangular or obliquangular, with greater facility, then ever hitherto hath been practised: most necessary for all such as would attaine to the exact knowledge of fortification, dyaling, navigation, surveying, architecture, the art of shadowing, taking of heights, and distances, the use of both the globes, perspective, the skill of making the maps, the theory of the planets, the calculating of their motions, and of all other astronomicall computations whatsoever. Now lately invented, and perfected, explained, commented on, and with all possible brevity, and perspicuity, in the hiddest, and most re-searched mysteries, from the very first grounds of the science it selfe, proved, and convincingly demonstrated.
- The use of the rule of proportion in arithmetick and geometrie : First published at Paris in the French-tongue, and dedicated to Monsieur, the then Kings onely brother (now Duke of Orleance) by Edm. Wingate, an English gent. And now translated into English by the same author. Whereinto is now also inserted the construction of the same rule, and a farther use thereof, in questions that concern astronomie, dialling, geographie, navigation, gaging of vessel, military orders, interest and annuities
- The well-spring of sciences : teaching the perfect worke and practise of arithmetick, both in numbers and fractions
- The well-spring of sciences : teaching the perfect worke and practise of arithmetick, both in numbers and fractions
- The well-spring of sciences : teaching the perfect works and practise of arithmetick, both in numbers and fractions
- The well-spring of sciences : teaching the perfect works and practise of arithmetick, both in numbers and fractions
- The young gentleman's course of mathematicks. : Containing the more useful and easy elements of arithmetick, geometry, trigonometry, mechanicks, opticks, astronomy, chronology, dialling. In three volumes. By Edward Wells, D.D. rector of Cotesbach in Leicestershire
- The young mathematician's guide : Being a plain and easy introduction to the mathematicks. In five parts. Viz. I. Arithmetick, vulgar and decimal, with all the useful rules; and a general method of extracting the roots of all single powers. II. Algebra, or arithmetick in species; wherien the method of raising and resolving equations is rendered easy; and illustrated with variety of examples, and numerical questions. Also the whole business of interest and annuities, &c. performed by the pen. III. The elements of economy, contracted, and analytically demonstrated; with a new and easy method of finding the circle's periphery and area to any assigned exactness, by one equation only: also a new way of making sines and tangents. IV. Conick [sections], wherein the chief properties, &c. of the ellipsis, parabola, and hyperbola, are clearly demonstrated. V. The arithmetick of infinites explained, and rendered easy; with it's application to superficial and solid geometry. With an appendix of practical gauging. By John Ward. The ninth edition, carfully corrected. To which is added a supplement, containing the history of logarithms, and an index to the whole work
- The young mathematician's guide. : Being a plain and easie introduction to the mathematicks. In five Parts. viz. I. Arithmetick, vulgar, and decimal, with all the useful rules; and a general method of extracting the roots of all single powers. II. Algebra, or arithmetick in species; wherein the method of raising and resolving qŭations is rendered easie; and illustrated with variety of examples, and numerical questions. Also the whole business of interest and annuities, &c. performed by the pen. III. The elments of geometry, contracted, and analytically demonstrated; with a new and easie method of finding the circle's peripherty and area to any assigned exactness, by one qŭation only; also a new way of making sines and tangents. IV. Conic sections, wherein the chief properties, &c. of the ellipsis, parabola, and hyperbola, are clearly demonstrated. V. The arithmetick of infinites explain'd, and render'd easie; with its application to superficial, and solid geometry. With an appendix of practical [ea]ging. The sixth edition, carefully corrected; and new tables of compound interest at five percent. calculated, and added by the author, John Ward
- Thesaurarium mathematicae, or, The treasury of mathematicks : containing variety of usefull practices in arithmetick, geometry, trigonometry, astronomy, geography, navigation and surveying ... to which is annexed a table of 10000 logarithms, log-sines, and log-tangents
- Thesaurarium mathematicae, or, The treasury of the mathematicks : containing variety of usefull practices in arithmetik, geometry, trigonometry, astronomy, geography, navigation and surveying. ... : to which is annexed a table of 10000 logarithms, log-sines and log-tangents : illustrated with several mathematical sculptures on copper plates
- Thesaurarium mathematicae, or, The treasury of the mathematicks : containing variety of usefull practices in arithmetik, geometry, trigonometry, astronomy, geography, navigation and surveying. ... : to which is annexed a table of 10000 logarithms, log-sines and log-tangents : illustrated with several mathematical sculptures on copper plates
- Theses philosophicae : quas, Athenæi mareschallani magisterii candidati, quadriennale curriculú emensi, laureâ triumphali hac vice condecorandi IX. Calendum quintilbis A.P.D.O.M. publice propugnabunt horis & loco solitis. Præside Alexandro Quhyteo
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- Thomæ Hobbes quadratura circuli, cubatio sphære, duplicatio cubi, confutata
- Thomæ Hobbes quadratura circuli, cubatio sphære, duplicatio cubi, confutata
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- Three papers presented to the Royal Society against Dr. Wallis : together with considerations on Dr. Wallis his Answer to them
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- Tractatus mathematicus de figurarum curvilinearum quadraturis et locis geometricis
- Tractatus mathematicus de figurarum curvilinearum quadraturis et locis geometricis
- Tresaurarium mathematicae, or, The treasury of mathematicks : containing variety of usefull practices in arithmetick, geometry, trigonometry, astronomy, geography, navigation and surveying ... to which is annexed a table of 10000 logarithms, log-sines, and log-tangents
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