Moores arithmetick

Publication Date1650
RemainderIn two bookes: discovering the secrets of that art, in numbers and species, after a more exact, plaine, and easie way, then ever. The first teaching (by precept and example) the ordinary operations in numbers, whole and broken; the rules of practise, interest, and performed in a more facile manner by decimalls, then hitherto hath been published; the excellency, and new practice and use of the logarithmes, Nepayres bones, together with many new propositions, touching the quantities, qualities, resultments, and rules of medicines, fitted for mathematitians, merchants, and tradesmen. The second, the great rule of algebra in species, resolving all arithmeticall questions by supposition: with trigonometry, planitretry, steriometry, and all other parts of the art military. With a canon of the powers of numbers. Fitted to the meanest capacity, and published for the generall good of this nation. By Jonas Moore, late of Durham
Extent[16], 272, [4], 128, 123-141, [1] p., [3] folded leaves of plates
Publisherprinted by Thomas Harper for Nathaniel Brookes, at the Angell in Cornehill




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