4 edition of Mathematicall recreations found in the catalog.
Trevor H. Hall
Limited ed. of 200 signed and numbered copies; no. 131.
|Statement||by Trevor H. Hall.|
|Series||Leeds studies in bibliography and textual criticism, occasional paper, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QA95 .H28|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 38 p.|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||70545952|
Long Essay Assignment: English Books and Periodicals in the Seventeenth Century. A. Requirements. 1) Write an essay in response to one of the two prompts below. Your paper must be words (around pages) long, using point font and one inch margins. Please submit the paper during Session File Size: KB. Two title pages of William Oughtred’s English translation of Mathematicall NLM copy of the book includes both the printed title page, which would have been included in regular print runs, and an engraved title page with reproduced images from the book, which would have been added by an engraver later.
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Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Added t.p., engraved. Authorship in doubt. Variously attributed to Jean Leurochon, Hendrik van Etten and William Oughtred (to whom is also attributed the translation). Hall, T. Mathematicall recreations, an exercise in 17th-cent.
bibl. First English ed. Signatures: A⁸ *⁸ 2*⁴ B-R⁸ S⁴ T⁸ V⁶. Mathematicall recreations; or, A collection of many problemes, extracted out of the ancient and modern philosophers, as secrets and experiments in navigation, musick, opticks, architecture Paperback – Author: Jean Leurechon.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Limited ed. of signed and numbered copies; no. Description: , 38 pages 22 cm: Series Title.
This is the title page of Mathematicall Recreations, translated from a French book of the same title written by Jean Leurechon.
French mathematician Claude Bachet () is often credited with kicking off the recreational mathematics craze that continues to this day with his publication Problèmes plaisans et delectables qui se font par les nombres. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Notes Gathering X, the last 16 pages, is the Oughtred work called for by the general title page; special title page on leaf Xl is dated [Leurechon], Mathematicall recreations (), F. A4., meaning that van Etten was the nephew of Lambert Verreycken. Cornelis de Waard, who edited the Mersenne correspondence, refers several times to the book and is responsible for a mistake which is often File Size: KB.
Mathematicall recreations, Collection of many problemes, extracted out of the ancient and modern philosophers, Collection of sundrie excellent problemes out of ancient and moderne phylosophers, and Description and use of the double horizontall dyall Uniform Title(s): Récréation mathématique Contributor(s): Etten, Hendrik van.
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31, Octoberp. This essay highlights many of the books made available in this presentation. (shelved 2 times as recreational-mathematics) avg rating — 24, ratings — published This book eventually went through 30 editions. The first English edition, Mathematicall Recreations, was published in London in William Oughtred assisted with the translation.
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Hortorum libri triginta: Bonardo Fratteggiano: La minera del mondo. Mathematical Essays and Recreations Contents Notion and definition of number -- Monism in arithmetic -- On the nature of mathematical knowledge -- The magic square -- The fourth dimension -- The squaring of the circle.Number game - Number game - Pioneers and imitators: The 17th century produced books devoted solely to recreational problems not only in mathematics but frequently in mechanics and natural philosophy as well.
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