... 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 vby Archimedes - 1897 - 326 pagesFull view - About this book
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| 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... | |
| ...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,... | |
| ...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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