Arithmetical Algebra Vol. 1

George Peacock

  • A treatise on Algebra, Publisher: Deighton [u.a.](Cambridge), 1842

Book Parts

  1. PREFACE: Preface.Access to Book Part 
  2. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Contents.Access to Book Part 
  3. ERRATA: Advertisement and Errors.Access to Book Part 
  4. CHAPTER: Chapter I. Principles of arithmetical algebra.Access to Book Part 
  5. CHAPTER: Chapter II. On the theory of the fundamental operations in arithemetic.Access to Book Part 
  6. CHAPTER: Chapter III. On the theory of the extraction of the roots of numbers, and the properties of surds.Access to Book Part 
  7. CHAPTER: Chapter IV. On ratios and proportions.Access to Book Part 
  8. CHAPTER: Chapter V. On the solution of equations.Access to Book Part 
  9. CHAPTER: Chapter VI. On arithemetical, geometrical and harmonical progressions or series.Access to Book Part 
  10. CHAPTER: Chapter VII. Theory of permutations and combinations.Access to Book Part 
  11. CHAPTER: Chapter VIII. On the formation of binomial products and powers.Access to Book Part 
  12. CHAPTER: Chapter IX. On the solutions, in whole numbers, of indeterminate equations of the first degree.Access to Book Part 
  13. CHAPTER: Chapter X. On the symbolical representation and properties of numbers.Access to Book Part 

How to cite


Peacock, George. Arithmetical Algebra Vol. 1. Cambridge: Deighton [u.a.], 1842. <>.

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