Cyclomathesis; or, An easy introduction to the several branches of the mathematics. Being principally designed for the instruction of young students, before they enter upon the more abstruse and difficult parts thereof. V. 1: A general introduction

London, F. Wingrave, 1791.

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Subjects Arithmetic -- To 1846.
Description xxii, xvi, 244 p. 21cm.
Notes Issued as v. 1 of a 13 v. set of Cyclomathesis.
Originally published in 1763 by J. Nourse.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)05058263
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