
A:: Augustus De Morgan : download and read ebooks

A budget of paradoxesA budget of paradoxes (Volume 1)A budget of paradoxes (Volume 2)A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume IA Budget of Paradoxes, Volume IIAn essay on probabilities : and on their application to life contingencies and insurance officesAn explanation of the gnomonic projection of the sphere; and of such points of astronomy as are most necessary in the use of astronomical maps: being a description of the construction and use of the larger and smaller maps of the stars; as also of the six maps of the earthElementary illustrations of the differential and integral calculusElements of arithmeticElements of trigonometry, and trigonometrical analysis, preliminary to the differential calculus: fit for those who have studied the principles of arithmetic and algebra, and six books of EuclidEssays on the life and work of NewtonFirst notions of logic : (preparatory to the study of geometry)On the study and difficulties of mathematicsRemarks on elementary education in science. An introductory lecture, delivered at the opening of the classes of mathematics, physics, and chemistry, in the University of London, November 2, 1830Statement in answer to an assertion made by Sir William Hamilton, bart., professor of logic in the University of EdinburghSyllabus of a proposed system of logicThe book of almanacs, with an index of reference, by which the almanac may be found for every year, whether in old style or new, from any epoch, ancient or modern, up to A. D. 2000. With means of finding the day of any new or full moon from B. C. 2000 to A. D. 2000The book of almanacs, with an index of reference, by which the almanac may be found for every year, whether in old style or new, from any epoch, ancient or modern, up to A.D. 2000. With means of finding the day of any new or full moon from B.C. 2000 to A.D. 2000The connexion of number and magnitude: an attempt to explain the fifth book of Euclid
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