The Connexion of Number and Magnitude: An Attempt to Explain the Fifth Book of Euclid (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, 6 nov 2017 - 108 pagina's
Excerpt from The Connexion of Number and Magnitude: An Attempt to Explain the Fifth Book of Euclid
Geometry cannot proceed very far without arithmetic, and the connexion was first made by Euclid in his Fifth Book, which is so difficult a speculation, that it is either omitted, or not understood by those who read it for the first time. And yet this same book, and the logic of Aristotle, are the two most unobjectionable and unassailable treatises which even were written.
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Augustus De Morgan
Volledige weergave - 1836