18th Century Arithmetic
This collection consists of 18th century arithmetic textbook. The textbook consists of different explanations and sample problems on the Direct Proportion Rule, Extraction of the Square Root, and the Single Fellowship Rule.
The material in this collection is in English.
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This collection consists of an 18th century arithmetic textbook. The textbook includes different explanations and sample problems on the Direct Proportion Rule, Extraction of the Square Root, and the Single Fellowship Rule.
In the 18th century, arithmetic was focused on the works of Leonhard Euler and Joseph-Louis Lagrange. Euler focused on the study of topology, graph theory, calculus, and complex analysis. Lagrange focused on number theory, algebra, differential calculus, and the calculus of variations.
This collection consists of a single folder.
This item was donated to Special Collections by Ira Chiles.