Examples of the Processes of the Differential and Integral Calculus (Classic Reprint)

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The sources, from which the Examples have been taken are indicated by the references which will be found in the body of the-work. For although I have not thought it necessary to cite an authority for every example, I have done so in all cases in which the student would be likely to wish for more information by consulting the original authors. It has always ap. Peared to me that we sacrifice many of the advantages and more of the pleasuresof studying any science by omitting all reference to the history of its progress: I have therefore occasionally introduced historical notices of those problems, which are interesting either from the nature of the questions involved, or from their bearing on the history of the Calculus. From a fear of increasing the size of the volume too much, I have not done this to as great an extent as I wished, but these digressions short as they are may serve to relieve the dryness of a mere collection of Examples.

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