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" ... gave birth to the calculus of the infinite conceived and brought to perfection successively by Kepler, Cavalieri, Fermat, Leibniz, and Newton. "
The Works of Archimedes - Page v
by Archimedes - 1897 - 326 pages
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A Short History of Greek Mathematics

James Gow - Mathematics - 1884 - 323 pages
...domain of geometry. " The first of these two great questions is the quadrature of curvilinear figures, which gave birth to the calculus of the infinite,...perfection successively by Kepler, Cavalieri, Fermat, Leibnitz and Newton. " The second is the theory of conic sections, for which were invented first the...
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A Short History of Science

William Thompson Sedgwick, Harry Walter Tyler - Science - 1917 - 474 pages
...domain of geometry. The first of these two great questions is the quadrature of curvilinear figures, which gave birth to the calculus of the infinite,...perfection successively by Kepler, Cavalieri, Fermat, Leibnitz and Newton. The second is the theory of conic sections, for which were invented first the...
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A History of Greek Mathematics, Volume 2

Sir Thomas Little Heath - Mathematics - 1921 - 1032 pages
...Plutarch, Marcellus, c. 17. 3 Vitruvius, De architect urn, ix. 1. 9, 10. 4 Tzetzes, Chiliad, ii. 35. 135. birth to the calculus of the infinite conceived and...brought to perfection successively by Kepler, Cavalieri, Format, Leibniz and Newton '. He performed in fact what is equivalent to integration in finding the...
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The History of the Calculus and Its Conceptual Development: (The Concepts of ...

Carl Benjamin Boyer - Calculo - Historia - 1959 - 346 pages
...imagination of Plato with the meticulously correct procedure of Euclid. He "gave birth to the calcuius of the infinite conceived and brought to perfection successively by Kepler, Cavalieri, Format, Leibniz, and Newton,"111 and so made the concepts of the derivative and the integral possible....
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Advanced Mechanics of Structures

Demeter G. Fertis - Technology & Engineering - 1996 - 512 pages
...curvilinear plane figures and with the quadrature and cubature of curved surfaces, investigations that "gave birth to the calculus of the infinite conceived...and brought to perfection successively by Kepler, Cavarieri, Fermat, Leibniz, and Newton." But whether Archimedes is viewed as the man who, with the...
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A Manual of Greek Mathematics

Sir Thomas Little Heath - Mathematics - 1931 - 552 pages
...These investigations, beginning where Euclid's Book XII left off, actually (in the words of Chasles) 'gave birth to the calculus of the infinite conceived...by Kepler, Cavalieri, Fermat, Leibniz, and Newton'. Archimedes in fact found, by what is equivalent to integration, the area of a parabolic segment, the...
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Famous Greek Personalities

Archana Srinivasan
...allowed him to find areas, volumes and surface areas of many bodies. Archimedes' work on integration gave birth to the calculus of the infinite conceived and brought to perfection by Kepler, Cavalieri, Fermat, Leibniz and Newton. Archimedes was able to apply the method of exhaustion,...
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A Short Hstory of of Greek Mathematics

...domain of geometry. " The first of these two great questions is the quadrature of curvilinear figures, which gave birth to the calculus of the infinite,...perfection successively by Kepler, Cavalieri, Fermat, Leibnitz and Newton. " The second is the theory of conic sections, for which were invented first the...
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