Mathematics for practical men;
being a common-place book of principles, theorems, rules, and tables, in various departments of pure and mixed mathematics, with their application; especially to the pursuits of surveyors, architects, mechanics and civil engineers.
|Main Author:||Gregory, Olinthus, 1774-1841.|
Philadelphia, H.C. Baird, 1868.
2d American from the 2d London ed., corrected and improved.
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