## The Early Mathematical Manuscripts of Leibniz: Translated from the Latin Texts Published by Carl Immanuel Gerhardt with Critical and Historical Notes |

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abscissae Acta Eruditorum algebraical analytical angle applied arithmetical progression arithmetical quadrature axis Barrow Bernoulli Cantor Cavalieri center of gravity characteristic triangle circle considered curve cycloid Descartes Dettonville diagram differences differential calculus differential triangle equal equation Eruditorum essay evanescent expressed figure follows geometry Gerhardt give given Gregory St Hence Historia Huygens hyperbola idea indivisibles infinitely small infinitesimal infinitesimal calculus integration inverse James Gregory known later Leib Leibniz letter logarithm manuscript mathematicians matter means method of tangents multiplied namely Newton Newton's method notation obtained Oldenburg ordinates parabola parallel Pascal perpendicular plane problem produced proof published quadratrix quantities ratio rectangle contained referred remark Roberval roots sine Sluse Slusius solid solution square straight line subtangent suggestion suppose surface taken theorem things tion Traitte triangular sum Tschirnhaus variable Wallis Weissenborn word