The Doctrine of Permutations and Combinations, Being an Essential and Fundamental Part of the Doctrine of Chances;: As it is Delivered by Mr. James Bernoulli, in His Excellent Treatise on the Doctrine of Chances, Entituled, Ars Conjectandi, and by the Celebrated Dr. John Wallis, of Oxford, in a Tract Intituled from the Subject, and Published at the End of His Treatise on Algebra: in the Former of which Tracts is Contained, a Demonstration of Sir Isaac Newton's Famous Binomial Theorem, in the Cases of Integral Powers, and of the Reciprocals of Integral Powers. Together with Some Other Useful Mathematical Tracts

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B. and J. White, Fleet-Street., 1795 - Algebra - 606 pages

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