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Johnes, William
Jones, W.
Jones, William
William Jones (britisk matematikar)
William Jones (britisk matematiker)
William Jones (brittisk matematiker)
William Jones (matematico gallese)
William Jones (matematyk brytyjski)
William Jones (mathématicien)
William Jones (walisischer Mathematiker)
William Jones (Welsh mathematician)
William Jones (wiskundige)
Джонс, Уильям
ويليام جونز
ویلیام جونز (ریاضی‌دان بریتانیایی)
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Casati, Paolo (1617-1707)
Glanvill, Joseph (1636-1680)
Lazari, Ignazio de'
Macclesfield Library (Macclesfield, England)
Newton, Isaac (1642-1727)
Nourse, John (1705-1780))
Oldenburg, Henry (1615?-1677)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Spratt, Germaine (19..-1990)
Wale, Jeff (16..-17..; libraire))
analysi per aequationes numero terminorum infinitas, De
Enumeratio linearum tertii ordinis
Methodus differentialis
Modern improvements of useful knowledge
new epitomy of the whole art of practical navigation Containing the elements of plain trigonometry, and its application to plain, Mercator's and middle-latitude sailing. Together, with the most useful and necessary problems in astronomy. Also, the method of finding the variation of the compass, working an observation, the reason and use of the log-line, allowances for lee-way: with new tables of the sun's declination, &c. The second edition; with additions. By William Jones., A
new introduction to the mathematics
progress and advancement of knowledge since the days of Aristotle
Synopsis palmariorum matheseos, 1706
Terra machinis mota dissertationes geometricae, mechanicae, physicae, hydrostaticae : in quibus machinarum coniugatarum vires inter se comparuntur: multiplici noua methodo terræ magnitudo & grauitas inuestigatur: Archimedes terræ motionem spondens ab arrogantiæ suspicione vindicatur
Tractatus de quadratura curvarum
treatise of Algebra, A ; wherein the fundamental principles are fully and clearly demonstrated, and applied to the solution of a great variety of problems. To which is added, the construction of a great number of geometrical problems ; with the method of resolving the same numerically. By Thomas Simpson.