Or, the Whole Doctrine of Decimal Arithmetick, Consisting of Finite and Infinite Fractions. And Chiefly, A New Way of Working the Two Orders of Infinites, Suitable to Their Natures; So That by Two Places of Either (equal to Ten Thousand) Every Operation Will Turn Out A Just Solution, Without So Much as One Figure or Cypher, More or Less Than the Truth, and Is Thereby the Same With A Finite or Adequate Fraction. Compil'd, With All Possible Plainness and Brevity, by Gabriel Nisbet

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Publisher: Edinburgh : printed by Patrick Matthie in the Luckenbooths, and sold by most of the booksellers in this city and Glasgow, and is enter'd according to Act of Parliament, MDCCXXXVIII. [1738]
Characteristics: [8],84p. ; 8⁰


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