|Title:||The general doctrine of equation reduced into brief precepts.: In III chapters. derived from the works of the best modern analysts. / By Michael Dary, Philomath.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The general doctrine of equation reduced into brief precepts.: In III chapters. derived from the works of the best modern analysts. / By Michael Dary, Philomath.
London: Printed for Nath. Brook at the Angel in Cornhill, 1664.
to the reader
The Doctrine of EQUATION comprised in three Chapters.
CHAP. I. Of Equation, and the true stating and purging of a Mathematical question, whereby (if need be) to bring it to one Equation.
CHAP. II. Of clearing and trimming an Equation, whereby to know (what Roots and how many it hath, viz.) the Constitution thereof.
CHAP. III. Of the construction and use of the Canon, whereby the possibility or impossibility of any trimm'd Equa∣tion is discovered, as also one of the true Roots ¦educed in number, and consequently all the rest of the true Roots.