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Cursus mathematicus

William Leybourn

Cursus mathematicus

Mathematical sciences

by William Leybourn

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Published by Printed for T. Basset, B. Tooke, T. Sawbridge, Awnsham and J. Churchill in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mathematics -- Early works to 1800,
  • Astronomy -- Early works to 1800,
  • Navigation -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesMathematical sciences
    Statementby William Leybourn
    SeriesLandmarks II, monographs
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination9 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15214191M

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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Cursus mathematicus by William Leybourn; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Astronomy, Early works toMathematics, Navigation. Get this from a library. 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.

Works. Only one work by Hérigone is known to exist: Cursus mathematicus, nova, brevi, et clara methodo demonstratus, per notas reales et universales, citra usum cujuscunque idiomatis intellectu faciles (published in Paris in six volumes from to ; second edition ), a compendium of elementary mathematics written in French and work introduced a system of mathematical and.

Cursus mathematicus was a major French mathematical publication compiled in six volumes over the period The author of this work was Pierre Hérigone, believed to be a pseudonym for the French mathematician and astronomer Clément Cyriaque de Mangin (), who also wrote mathematical works under the name Denis the Cursus, the author introduced use of.

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P. Gasparis Schotti e Societate Jesu. Cursus mathematicus, sive absoluta omnium mathematicarum disciplinarum. Encyclopaedia, in libros digesta, Accesserunt in fine Theoreses mechanicae novae additis indicibus locupletissimis by Gaspar Schott.

The English edition of the Cursus Mathematicus also contains contributions from the English mathematician J. Desaguliers: "In Desaguliers was also working on Ozanam's Cursus mathematicus.

This was a complete course in mathematics in five-volumes, originally in French, and which was 'done into English [] by several hands' for John. This beautiful, old book is in very good condition.

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Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles. FIRST EDITION, folio ( x mm.), title printed in red and black, engraved portrait and 44 plates, 35 folding, engraved illustrations (one. Book/Printed Material P. Gasparis Schotti Cursus mathematicus, sive Absoluta omnium mathematicarum disciplinarum encyclopædia, in libros XXVIII, digesta, eoque ordine disposita, ut quivis, vel mediocri præditus ingenio, totam mathesin à primis fundamentis proprio Marte addiscere possit.

London:: Printed for John Nicholson at the Queen's-Arms in Little-Britain, and Sold by John Morphew near Stationers-Hall., MDCCXII. Besides the collective title-page each Volume has its own title-page.

Those of Volumes IV and V have the imprint, 'Oxford: Printed by L. Lichfield for John Nicholson. The creation of a formal mathematical language was fundamental to making mathematics algebraic.

A landmark in this process was the publication of In artem analyticem isagoge by François Viète (–) in This work was diffused through many other algebra texts, as in the section entitled Algebra in the Cursus mathematicus (Paris, ; second edition ) by Pierre Cited by: 9.InKaspar Schott published his comprehensive textbook “Cursus mathematicus” in Würzburg for the first time, his “Encyclopedia of all mathematical sciences”.

It was so successful that it was published again in and Cited by: 1. InKaspar Schott published his comprehensive textbook “Cursus mathematicus” in Würzburg for the first time, his “Encyclopedia of all mathematical sciences”.

It was so successful that it was published again in and In its 28 books, Schott gave an introduction for beginners in 22 mathematical disciplines by means of figures and numerous by: 1.