The principles of the differential calculus; with its application to curves and curve surfaces. Designed for the use of students in the University. Bound together with John Hind (1932) A digested series of examples in the applications of the principles of the differential calculus. Designed for the use of students in the University, and with Henry Coddington (1829). A treatise on the reflection and refraction of light, being Part I of a system of optics
Cambridge, printed by J. Smith, printer to the University, 1831, 1832, second edition 1831. octavo, Different. 515 pp. + 175 pp. + 296 pp. + errata + 10 folded plates. Black & White images. Conditie: Fair, Bound together in severely worn half leather, one hinge loose, ink stains on book bloc, name on first title page, occasional annotations in pencil, (Be aware of the 2008 reprint of The Principles alone, Kessinger Publications). Exercises in second book taken form, among others, the Mathematical Tripos examinations.
Book number: Hind
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