The mathematical correspondent;
containing, new elucidations, discoveries, and improvements, in various branches of the mathematics;
with collections of mathematical questions resolved by ingenious correspondents. Adapted to the present state of learning in America... Vol. 1
|Main Author:||Baron, George, b. 1769.|
New York: Printed by Sage and Clough, for the editors, 1804.
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