An Essay on the Resolution of Algebraic Equations

Charles James Hargreave

  • Publisher: Hodges, Smith(Dublin), 1866

Book Parts

  1. PREFACE: Preface.Access to Book Part 
  2. INTRODUCTION: Introduction.Access to Book Part 
  3. CHAPTER: Notation, Definitions, And Elementary Theorems.Access to Book Part 
  4. CHAPTER: Considertations Relating To The Operations Used In This Subject.Access to Book Part 
  5. CHAPTER: Systems Of Equalities, Critical Functions.Access to Book Part 
  6. CHAPTER: The Quadratic.Access to Book Part 
  7. CHAPTER: The Cubic.Access to Book Part 
  8. CHAPTER: The Quartic.Access to Book Part 
  9. CHAPTER: The Quartic. (Continued).Access to Book Part 
  10. CHAPTER: The Quintic.Access to Book Part 
  11. CHAPTER: Digression On Some Special Forms.Access to Book Part 
  12. CHAPTER: The Quintic. ( Resumed).Access to Book Part 
  13. CHAPTER: General Remarks.Access to Book Part 
  14. CHAPTER: Comments On Prior Researches.Access to Book Part 
  15. CHAPTER: Conclusion.Access to Book Part 
  16. CHAPTER: Sequel, Further Explaining The General Process And Defining The Extent Of Its Theoretical Application.Access to Book Part 
  17. EPILOGUE: Appendix.Access to Book Part 

How to cite


Hargreave, Charles James. An Essay on the Resolution of Algebraic Equations. Dublin: Hodges, Smith, 1866. <>.

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