Library of Useful Knowledge. Mathematics Volume I and II [2 volumes containing 9 titles]
Published by Robert Baldwin, London, 1847. Volume I, , 94, 134, 96, 34, 64 pages, individual titles are: Study and Difficulties of Mathematics by De Morgan; Arithmetic and Algebra by Mr Parker; Examples of the Processes of Arithmetic and Algebra by De Morgan; Algebraic Expressions by J. Drinkwater Bethune; Elementary Illustrations of the Differential and Integral Calculus by De Morgan. This last title differs from the title listed in the contents for this volume. Volume II, viii, 272, 68, , 32, xxvi, 260,  pages, titles in this volume are: Geometry, Plane and Solid and Spherical by Pierce Morton; Elements of Trigonomentry by W. Hopkins; Spherical Trigonometry by De Morgan; Algebraic Geometry by S.W. Waud. Augustus De Morgan was an important figure in the study of logic and there is a portion in the first book of the first volume where he writes about Geometric Reasoning, First Editions, rubbed at spine and corners, joints slightly worn, light foxing, binding firm, good condition, half morocco with marbled boards, gilt titles and bands to spine, octavo, 22 cm x 14.5 cm, Hardback.
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