The Mathematical Papers of Isaac Newton: Volume 1

The Mathematical Papers of Isaac Newton: Volume 1

The aim of this collection is to present the surviving papers of Isaac Newton's scientific writings, along with sufficient commentary to clarify the particularity of seventeenth-century idiom and to illuminate the contemporary significance of the text discussed.

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