Mathematics -- Problems, exercises, etc.
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
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.
A single undated handwritten algebra book in German, attributed to Professor Alfred Clebsch, known for the Clebsch-Gordon coefficients, and owned by mathematician Ludwig Kiepert.
This collection consists of a mathematics textbook from circa 1820 which includes handwritten practice notes for lessons on multiplication, division, interest rates, conversion charts, and more.
The handwritten John Young Mathematic Exercise Book, 1813, contains the rules of mathematics: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. There are many examples of word problems and solutions, plus explanations of fractions, decimals, and other mathematics.
This collection of manuscript materials does not include rough drafts or notes from Patricia Cornwell’s own writing. It consists of materials she collected as part of her very extensive research. In addition to notebooks, pamphlets, and newspaper articles about Medicine and Crime, it includes primary source documents about the abolition movement, suffragettes, Prince Albert-Victor and other 19th century celebrities, education, and literature.