Publication Date1739
Remainderor the elements of all geometry. Containing, I. The rudiments of decimal arithmetic, Logarithms, and Algebra, by Way of Introduction. II. Euclid's Elements of Plain or Lineal Geometry, in Six Books; His Elements of Solid Geometry, in Two Books: Demonstrated in a New and most Easy Method, for the Use of those especially, who learn without a Master. III. The Elements of Spherical Geometry, Collected, Digested, and Demonstrated after the same Manner as the Euclidean Elements; containing the Doctrine of Spherical Trigonometry, and the Orthographic and Stereographic Projection of the Sphere in Plano. IV. A Compendium of Conic Geometry; Containing a Plain and Easy Demonstration of the Principal Properties of the Conic Sections, viz. the Ellipsis, Parabola, and Hyperbola. V. An appendix, containing an epitome of the doctrine of fluxions; and a Specimen of the Method de Maximis & Minimis; both applied to Use. The Whole being intended as a Compleat Introduction to the Modern Mathesis, or Body of Mathematical Literature. By B. Martin
Publisherprinted for J. Noon, at the White-Hart, in Cheapside, near Mercer's-Chapel


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