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The Resource Introduction to analysis of the infinite, Euler ; translated by John D. Blanton
Introduction to analysis of the infinite, Euler ; translated by John D. Blanton
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 Language

 eng
 lat
 eng
 Extent
 2 volumes
 Note
 Translation of: Introductio in analysin infinitorum
 Contents

 v. 1327p., v. 2504p
 Bk. I. On functions in general  On the transformation of functions  On the transformation of functions by substitution  On the development of functions in infinite series  Concerning functions of two or more variables  On exponentials and logarithms  Exponentials and logarithms expressed through series  On transcendental quantities which arise for the circle  On trinomial factors  On the use of the discovered factors to sum infinite series  On other infinite expressions for arcs and sines  On the development of real rational functions  On recurrent series  On the multiplication and division of angles  On series which arise from products  On the partition of numbers  Using recurrent series to find roots of equations  On continued fractions  Bk. II. On curves in general  On the change of coordinates  On the classification of algebraic curves by orders  On the special properties of lines of any order  One the second order lines  On the subdivision of second order lines into genera  On the investigation of branches which go to infinity  Concerning asymptotes  On the species of third order lines  On the principal properties of third order lines  On fourth order lines  On the investigation of the configuration of curves  On the disposition of curves  On the curvature of a curve  Concerning curves with one or several diameters  On finding curves from the properties of the ordinate  On finding curves from other properties  On the similarities and affinities of curves  On the intersection of curves  On the construction of equations  On transcendental curves  On the solution to several problems pertaining to the circle  Appendix: I. On the surfaces of solids  II. On the intersection of a surface and an arbitrary plane  III. On sections of cylinders, cones, and spheres  IV> On the change of coordinates  V. On second order surfaces  VI. On the intersection of two surfaces
 Isbn
 9780387971322
 Label
 Introduction to analysis of the infinite
 Title
 Introduction to analysis of the infinite
 Statement of responsibility
 Euler ; translated by John D. Blanton
 Subject

 Continued fractions  Early works to 1800
 Continued fractions  Early works to 1800
 Early works
 Mathématiques  18e siècle
 Products, Infinite
 Products, Infinite  Early works to 1800
 Series, Infinite
 Series, Infinite  Early works to 1800
 Series, Infinite  Early works to 1800
 Products, Infinite  Early works to 1800
 Analise Matematica (Textos Classicos)
 Continued fractions
 Language

 eng
 lat
 eng
 Cataloging source
 DLC
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
 17071783
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Euler, Leonhard
 Index
 no index present
 LC call number
 QA295
 LC item number
 .E8413 1988
 Literary form
 non fiction
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName

 Series, Infinite
 Products, Infinite
 Continued fractions
 Continued fractions
 Products, Infinite
 Series, Infinite
 Analise Matematica (Textos Classicos)
 Mathématiques
 Label
 Introduction to analysis of the infinite, Euler ; translated by John D. Blanton
 Note
 Translation of: Introductio in analysin infinitorum
 Carrier category
 volume
 Carrier category code

 nc
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 v. 1327p., v. 2504p
 Bk. I. On functions in general  On the transformation of functions  On the transformation of functions by substitution  On the development of functions in infinite series  Concerning functions of two or more variables  On exponentials and logarithms  Exponentials and logarithms expressed through series  On transcendental quantities which arise for the circle  On trinomial factors  On the use of the discovered factors to sum infinite series  On other infinite expressions for arcs and sines  On the development of real rational functions  On recurrent series  On the multiplication and division of angles  On series which arise from products  On the partition of numbers  Using recurrent series to find roots of equations  On continued fractions  Bk. II. On curves in general  On the change of coordinates  On the classification of algebraic curves by orders  On the special properties of lines of any order  One the second order lines  On the subdivision of second order lines into genera  On the investigation of branches which go to infinity  Concerning asymptotes  On the species of third order lines  On the principal properties of third order lines  On fourth order lines  On the investigation of the configuration of curves  On the disposition of curves  On the curvature of a curve  Concerning curves with one or several diameters  On finding curves from the properties of the ordinate  On finding curves from other properties  On the similarities and affinities of curves  On the intersection of curves  On the construction of equations  On transcendental curves  On the solution to several problems pertaining to the circle  Appendix: I. On the surfaces of solids  II. On the intersection of a surface and an arbitrary plane  III. On sections of cylinders, cones, and spheres  IV> On the change of coordinates  V. On second order surfaces  VI. On the intersection of two surfaces
 Dimensions
 24 cm
 Extent
 2 volumes
 Isbn
 9780387971322
 Isbn Type
 (v. 2 : alk. paper)
 Lccn
 88018475
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 n
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 System control number

 (OCoLC)18225219
 (OCoLC)ocm18225219
 Label
 Introduction to analysis of the infinite, Euler ; translated by John D. Blanton
 Note
 Translation of: Introductio in analysin infinitorum
 Carrier category
 volume
 Carrier category code

 nc
 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
 text
 Content type code

 txt
 Content type MARC source
 rdacontent
 Contents

 v. 1327p., v. 2504p
 Bk. I. On functions in general  On the transformation of functions  On the transformation of functions by substitution  On the development of functions in infinite series  Concerning functions of two or more variables  On exponentials and logarithms  Exponentials and logarithms expressed through series  On transcendental quantities which arise for the circle  On trinomial factors  On the use of the discovered factors to sum infinite series  On other infinite expressions for arcs and sines  On the development of real rational functions  On recurrent series  On the multiplication and division of angles  On series which arise from products  On the partition of numbers  Using recurrent series to find roots of equations  On continued fractions  Bk. II. On curves in general  On the change of coordinates  On the classification of algebraic curves by orders  On the special properties of lines of any order  One the second order lines  On the subdivision of second order lines into genera  On the investigation of branches which go to infinity  Concerning asymptotes  On the species of third order lines  On the principal properties of third order lines  On fourth order lines  On the investigation of the configuration of curves  On the disposition of curves  On the curvature of a curve  Concerning curves with one or several diameters  On finding curves from the properties of the ordinate  On finding curves from other properties  On the similarities and affinities of curves  On the intersection of curves  On the construction of equations  On transcendental curves  On the solution to several problems pertaining to the circle  Appendix: I. On the surfaces of solids  II. On the intersection of a surface and an arbitrary plane  III. On sections of cylinders, cones, and spheres  IV> On the change of coordinates  V. On second order surfaces  VI. On the intersection of two surfaces
 Dimensions
 24 cm
 Extent
 2 volumes
 Isbn
 9780387971322
 Isbn Type
 (v. 2 : alk. paper)
 Lccn
 88018475
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 n
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 System control number

 (OCoLC)18225219
 (OCoLC)ocm18225219
Subject
 Continued fractions  Early works to 1800
 Continued fractions  Early works to 1800
 Early works
 Mathématiques  18e siècle
 Products, Infinite
 Products, Infinite  Early works to 1800
 Series, Infinite
 Series, Infinite  Early works to 1800
 Series, Infinite  Early works to 1800
 Products, Infinite  Early works to 1800
 Analise Matematica (Textos Classicos)
 Continued fractions
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