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Page 122 - The First Three Sections of Newton's Principia, with an Appendix; and the Ninth and Eleventh Sections. By JH Evans, MA 5th Edit.
Page 122 - MATHEMATICAL TRACTS. On La Place's Coefficients ; the Figure of the Earth ; the Motion of a Rigid Body about its Centre of Gravity ; Precession and Nutation. 8vo. 4s. 6d. An Elementary Treatise on the DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS, in which the Method of Limits is exclusively made use of.
Page 120 - The Principles and Practice of Arithmetical Algebra: Established upon strict methods of Mathematical Reasoning, and Illustrated by Select Examples proposed during the last Thirty Years in the University of Cambridge.
Page 118 - A Treatise on STATICS, containing the Theory of the Equilibrium of Forces ; and numerous Examples illustrative of the general Principles of the Science.
Page 122 - Mathematical Tracts. On La Place's Coefficients ; the Figure of the Earth ; the Motion of a Rigid Body about its Centre of Gravity ; Precession and Nutation. 8vo. 4s. 6d. An Elementary Treatise on the Differential Calculus, in which the Method of Limits is exclusively made use of.
Page 119 - SOLUTIONS of the GEOMETRICAL PROBLEMS proposed at St. John's College, Cambridge, from 1830 to 1846, consisting chiefly of Examples in Plane Coordinate Geometry. With an Appendix, containing several general Properties of Curves of the Second Order, and the Determination of the Magnitude and Position of the Axes of the Conic Section, represented by the General Equation of the Second Degree.
Page 123 - On the Free Motion of Points, and on Universal Gravitation. Including the principal Propositions of Books I. and III. of the Principia. The first part of a Treatise on Dynamics.
Page 121 - Treatise on Analytical Geometry of Three Dimensions. Containing the Theory of Curve Surfaces, and of Curves of Double Curvature. By J.
Page 118 - Treatise on Statics : containing the Theory of the Equilibrium of Forces, and numerous Examples Illustrative of the General Principles of the Science.