A Treatise on the Differential and Integral Calculus: And the Calculus of Variations

J. W. Parker, 1846 - 440 Seiten

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Seite iii - DIFFERENTIAL and INTEGRAL CALCULUS. By the Rev. TG HALL, MA, Professor of Mathematics at King's College, London, and late Fellow and Tutor of Magdalen College, Cambridge. A knowledge of the principles of this branch of the pure Mathematics is absolutely necessary, before any one can successfully undertake the perusal of works on Natural Philosophy, in which the effects of the observed laws that govern the material world are reduced to calculation. For Students deficient in this knowledge, yet anxious...
Seite vi - ... high privilege. It is no servile task, no ungenerous labour. The laws by which God has thought good to govern the universe are surely subjects of lofty contemplation...

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