Book/Printed Material The method of fluxions and infinite series; with its application to the geometry of curve-lines.

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Title
The method of fluxions and infinite series; with its application to the geometry of curve-lines.
Contributor Names
Newton, Isaac, 1642-1727.
Colson, John, 1680-1760.
Created / Published
London : Printed by Henry Woodfall; and sold by John Nourse ..., 1736.
Subject Headings
-  Mathematics--Early works to 1800
-  Calculus--Early works to 1800
Notes
-  An unfinished posthumous work, first published in the Latin original in v. 1 of the Opera omnia (Londini, J. Nichols, 1779-85) under title: Artis analyticae specimina, vel Geometria analytica. Another translation, without Colson's commentary, appeared London, 1737 as A treatise on the method of fluxions and infinite series.
-  The commentary consists of annotations on the introduction, and on the first and second problems.
-  Head- and tail-pieces, initials.
-  Page [1] at end is blank.
-  With an unnumbered errata (advertisement on verso); a contents leaf numbered 143-144; and a divisional half-title following p. 140.
-  Gray, G.J. Newton, 233
-  ESTC T18629
-  Babson Institute Library. Newton, p. 48
-  LAC scc 2018-10-23 update (2 cards)
-  LAC kcc 2018-11-01 review
Medium
iv, ix-xxiv, 144, [3], 144-339, [1] p., [1] leaf of plates : ill., charts ; 26 cm. (4to)
Call Number/Physical Location
QA35 .N565
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.rbc/General.48007.1
Library of Congress Control Number
42048007
OCLC Number
1029541
Online Format
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Chicago citation style:

Newton, Isaac, and John Colson. The Method of Fluxions and Infinite Series; With Its Application to the Geometry of Curve-Lines. London: Printed by Henry Woodfall; and sold by John Nourse, 1736. Pdf. https://www.loc.gov/item/42048007/.

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Newton, I. & Colson, J. (1736) The Method of Fluxions and Infinite Series; With Its Application to the Geometry of Curve-Lines. London: Printed by Henry Woodfall; and sold by John Nourse. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/42048007/.

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Newton, Isaac, and John Colson. The Method of Fluxions and Infinite Series; With Its Application to the Geometry of Curve-Lines. London: Printed by Henry Woodfall; and sold by John Nourse, 1736. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/42048007/>.

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