Mathematicks Made Easie: Or a Compleat Mathematical Dictionary, Explaining All the Parts of the Mathematicks, with All the Terms of Art, and Difficult Phrases Rendred Plain and Easie to Every Capacity. Collected from Monsieur Ozanam's Dictionaire Mathematique, Vitalis, and Others; with an Appendix Containing the Quantities of All Sorts of Weights and Measures, the Characters and Meaning of the Marks and Symbols, Or Abbreviations Commonly Used in Algebra. Also the Definition, Explanation, Nature and Meaning of the Principal Mathematical Instruments, Illustrated on Copper Cuts Curiously Engraven. By J. Moxon at the Atlas in Warwick-Lane, and Tho. Tuttel Mathematical Instrument-maker to the King's Most Excellent Majesty, at the King's Arms and Globe at Charing-Cross, and Against the Royal Exchange in Cornhil

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W. Hawes at the Rose in Ludgate-Street, 1701 - Mathematics - 14 pages
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