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Algebra -- Early works to 1800
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- A compendium of algebra : Containing plain and easie rules, for the speedy attaining to that art. Exemplified by various problems, with the solution of their æquations in numbers. By a new and general method of resolving all kind of æquations; with great ease and expedition, very different from all others yet extant. Applied to squaring the circle, making of sines, tangents, and logarithms with great facility. Also an appendix concerning compound-interest and annuities. The second edition corrected. By John Ward, teacher of the mathematicks, at the Globe in Fleet street near Fetter-lane end. Heretofore a general gauger in the revenue of excise
- 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 proposal about printing A treatise of algebra, historical and practical : written by the Reverend and learned Dr. John Wallis (Savilian Professor of Geometry in the University of Oxford), containing not only a history, but an institution of algebra, according to several methods hitherto in practice; with many additions of his own
- 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, in three parts : : containing I. The fundamental rules and operations. II. The composition and resolution of equations of all degrees, and the different affections of their roots. III. The application of algebra and geometry to each other. To which is added an appendix concerning the general properties of geometrical lines
- 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.
- An arithmeticall militare treatise, named Stratioticos : compendiously teaching the science of nu[m]bers, as vvell in fractions as integers, and so much of the rules and æquations algebraicall and arte of numbers cossicall, as are requisite for the profession of a soldiour. Together with the moderne militare discipline, offices, lawes and dueties in euery wel gouerned campe and armie to be obserued: long since atte[m]pted by Leonard Digges Gentleman, augmented, digested, and lately finished, by Thomas Digges, his sonne
- An arithmeticall vvarlike treatise named Stratioticos : compendiously teaching the science of nombers as well in fractions as integers, and so much of the rules and æquations algebraicall, and art of nombers cossicall, as are requisite for the profession of a soldier. Together with the moderne militare discipline, offices, lawes and orders in euery well gouerned campe and armie inuiolably to be obserued. First published by Thomas Digges Esquire anno salutis 1579. and dedicated vnto the right Honorable Earle of Leicester, lately reuiewed and corrected by the author him selfe, and also augmented with sundry additions. Aswell concerning the science or art of great artillerie, as the offices of the Sergeant Maior Generall ..
- An introduction to algebra
- Analysis æquationum universalis, seu, Ad æquationes algebraicas resolvendas methodus generalis, & expedita, ex nova infinitarum serierum methodo, deducta ac demonstrata
- Analysis æquationum universalis, seu, Ad æquationes algebraicas resolvendas methodus generalis, et expedita : ex nova infinitarum ferierum doctrina deducta ac demonstrata
- Arithmetick : vulgar, decimal, instrumental, algebraical : in four parts ... : whereunto is added the construction and use of several tables of interest and annuities, weights and measures, both of our own and other countries
- Arithmetick in species, or, Alegbra, Lib. IV
- Arithmetick, vulgar, decimal, instrumental, algebraical : in four parts .... : whereunto is added the construction and use of several tables of interest and annuities, weights, 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.
- Ars magna, or, The rules of algebra
- Chinese mathematics in the thirteenth century: : the Shu-shu chiu-chang of Chʻin Chiu-shao
- Clavis mathematicæ denuo limata, sive, Potius fabricata : cum aliis quibusdam ejusdem commentationibus, quæ in sequenti pagina recensentur
- Clavis mathematicæ denuo limata, sive, Potius fabricata : cum aliis quibusdam ejusdem commentationibus, quæ in sequenti pagina recensentur
- De numeris datis
- Ein Dialog zur Einführung in die Arithmetik und Algebra
- Einführung in die neue Algebra
- Elementa arithmeticae numerosae et speciosae : In usum juventutis academicae
- Interest epitomized : both compound and simple : very useful for every one that lendeth or borroweth and for purchasing and selling of annuities or pensions and leases in reversion : whereunto is added a short appendix for the solution of adfected equations in numbers by approachment, performed by logarithms
- Interest epitomized, both compound and simple. : Very useful for every one that lendeth or borroweth; and for purchasing and selling of annuities or pensions, and leases in reversion. Whereunto is added, a short appendix for the solution of adfected equations in numbers by approachment: performed by logarithms
- 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
- Mathesis enucleata, or, The elements of the mathematicks
- Mathesis enucleata, or, The elements of the mathematicks
- Moor's arithmetick. : In tvvo books. The first treating of the vulgar arithmetick in all its parts, with several new inventions to ease the memory, by Nepairs rods, logarithms, decimals, &c. fitted for the use of all persons. The second of arithmetick in species or algebra, whereby all difficult questions receive their analytical laws and resolutions, made very plain and easie for the use of scholars and the more curious. To which are added two treatises: 1. A new contemplation geometrical upon the oval figure called the ellipsis. 2. The two first books of Mydorgius his conical sections analized by that reverend divine Mr. W. Oughtred, Englished and completed with cuts.
- Moores arithmetick : discovering the secrets of that art in numbers and species : in two bookes : the first, teaching (by precept and example) the ordinary operations in numbers whole and broken ... the second, the great rule of algebra in species, resolving all arithmeticall questions by supposition : with a canon of the powers of numbers ...
- Pleasure with profit : consisting of recreations of divers kinds, viz., numerical, geometrical, mechanical, statical, astronomical, horometrical, cryptographical, magnetical, automatical, chymical, and historical ...
- Pleasure with profit: : consisting of recreations of divers kinds, viz., numerical, geometrical, mechanical, statical, astronomical, horometrical, cryptographical, magnetical, automatical, chymical, and historical. Published to recreate ingenious spirits; and to induce them to make farther scrutiny into these (and the like) sublime sciences. And to divert them from following such vices, to which youth (in this age) are so much inclin'd. By William Leybourn, philomathes. To this work is also annext, A treatise of algebra, according to the late improvements, applied to numerical questions and geometry; with a new series for the speedy extractions of roots; as also a converging series for all manner of adfected equations. By R. Sault, master of the mathematical school in Adam's Court, in Broad-street, near the Royal Exchange, London
- Select parts of Saunderson's elements of algebra : : for the use of students at the universities
- Synopsis algebraica : in usum scholæ mathematicæ apud hospitium-Christi Londinense, à Carolo II, fundatæ, editum
- The Algebra geometrica of Paolo Bonasoni circa 1575 : being the only known work of this nearly forgotten Renaissance mathematician, excepting a still unpublished treatise on the division of circles : the only reported manuscript, through the courtesy of the University of Bologna
- The Early theory of equations : on their nature and constitution : translations of three treatises
- The algebra of Abū Kāmil: : Kitāb fī al-Jabr wa'l-muqābala,
- The algebra of Omar Khayyam,
- The analytic art : nine studies in algebra, geometry, and trigonometry from the Opus restitutae mathematicae analyseos, seu, Algebrâ novâ
- The elements of algebra, in ten books:
- The elements of that mathematical art commonly called algebra : expounded in four books
- The pathway to knowledge : Conteyning certaine briefe tables of English waights, and measures, with the proportions, kindes, and numbers belonging properly vnto the same. How to cast accompt with counters, and with pen, both in whole, and broken numbers. With the rules of cossicke, surd, binomicall, & residuall numbers, and the rule of equation, or of algebere ... Whereunto is annexed a most excellent inuention of Iulius Cæsar Patauinus, for the buying and selling of all kinde of marchandise. And lastly the order of keeping of a marchants booke, after the Italian manner, by debitor and creditor ... Together with a table ... Written in Dutch, and translated into English, by W.P
- The third & fourth books of the elements of algebra
- The young algebraist's companion : : or, A new and easy guide to algebra; introduced by the doctrine of vulgar fractions: designed for the use of schools ... illustrated with variety of numerical and literal examples, and attempted in natural and familar dialogues ...
- Tractatus mathematicus de figurarum curvilinearum quadraturis et locis geometricis
- Traktaty

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