The Principles of Analytical Calculation

Robert Woodhouse

  • Publisher: UP(Cambridge), 1803

Book Parts

  1. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Contents.Access to Book Part 
  2. ERRATA: Corrections.Access to Book Part 
  3. PREFACE: Preface. Method intended to be followed in present treatise. Principle of motion. Theory of limits. Carnot's theory.Access to Book Part 
  4. CHAPTER: Signification of symbols. Rule for multiplication. Explanation fo symbol D. Symbolical language.Access to Book Part 
  5. CHAPTER: Examination of the process by which the form for o is obtained. Vanishing franctions considered. Rule for finding the value of vanishing franctions.Access to Book Part 
  6. CHAPTER: Integral calculus. Expanded form for the function of a multinomial. Reversion of Series. Convergency of series.Access to Book Part 
  7. CHAPTER: Theory of contact of curves. Determination of tangents. Circle of curvature. Measure of velocity determined. Rectification of curves.Access to Book Part 
  8. CHAPTER: True cause of the benefit conferred on science by the invention of fluxions. Theory of limits considered. Explanation of the theory of limits.Access to Book Part 

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