The rationale of circulating numbers, with the investigations of all the rules and peculiar processes used in that part of decimal arithmetic. To which are added, several curious mathematical questions; with some useful remarks on adfected equations, and the doctrine of fluxions. Adapted to the use of schools. By H. Clarke Clarke, Henry 1743-1818

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Clarke, Henry 1743-1818
Arithmetic.; Calculus.; Equations, Roots of.
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