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Simpson, Thomas, 1710-1761
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- A supplement to The doctrine of annuities and reversions, deduced from general and evident principles: containing the valuation of annuities and reversions, for single and joint lives; with the necessary tables. By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- A supplement to the doctrine of annuities and reversions : deduced from general and evident principles : containing the valuation of annuities and reversions, for single and joint lives ; with the necessary tables
- A treatise of algebra : Wherein the principles are demonstrated, and applied ... To which is added, the geometrical construction of a great number of linear and plane problems, ... By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- A treatise of algebra : Wherein the principles are demonstrated, and applied in many useful and interesting enquiries, and in the resolution of a great variety of problems of different kinds. ... By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- A treatise of algebra : wherein the principles are demonstrated ... to which is added, the geometrical construction of a great number of linear and plane problems ...
- A treatise of algebra. : Wherein the principles are demonstrated, and applied ... To which is added, the geometrical construction of a great number of linear and plane problems, ... By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- A treatise of algebra. : Wherein the principles are demonstrated, and applied in many useful and interesting enquiries, and in the resolution of a great variety of problems of different kinds. ... By Thomas Simpson, ..
- A treatise of algebra. : Wherein the principles are demonstrated, and applied in many useful and interesting enquiries, and in the resolution of a great variety of problems of different kinds. ... By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- A treatise of algebra; : wherein the fundamental principles are fully and clearly demonstrated, ... To which is added, the construction of a great number of geometrical problems; ... By Thomas Simpson
- An appendix, containing some remarks on a late book on the same subject, with answers to some personal and malignant misrepresentations, in the preface thereof
- An appendix, containing some remarks on a late book on the same subject, with answers to some personal and malignant misrepresentations, in the preface thereof
- Elements of geometry; : with their application to the mensuration of superficies and solids, to the determination of the maxima and minima of geometrical quantities, ... By Thomas Simpson, ..
- Elements of plane geometry : To which are added, An essay on the maxima and minima of geometrical quantities, and a brief treatise of regular solids; ... By Thomas Simpson, ..
- Elements of plane geometry. : To which are added, An essay on the maxima and minima of geometrical quantities, and a brief treatise of regular solids; ... By Thomas Simpson, ..
- Essays on several curious and useful subjects, : in speculative and mix'd mathematicks. Illustrated by a variety of examples. By Thomas Simpson
- Essays on several curious and useful subjects, in speculative and mix'd mathematics : illustrated by a variety of examples
- Mathematical dissertaions on a variety of physical and analytical subjects. : Containing, among other particulars, a demonstration of the true figure which the Earth, or any planet must acquire from its rotation about an axis. A general investigation of the attraction at the surfaces of bodies nearly spherical. A determination of the meridional parts, and the lengths of the several degrees of the meridian, accoding to the true figure of the Earth. An investigtion of the height of the tides in the ocean. A new theory of astronomical-refractions, with exact tables deduced therefrom. A new and very exact method for approximating the roots of equations in numbers; that quintuples the number of places at each operation. Several new methods for the summation of series. Some new and very useful improvements in the inverse method of fluxions. The whole in a general and perspicuous manner. By Thomas Simpson
- Mathematical dissertations on a variety of physical and analytical subjects
- Miscellaneous tracts on some curious, and very interesting subjects in mechanics, physical-astronomy, and speculative mathematics; wherein, the precession of the equinox, the nutation of the earth's axis, and the motion of the moon in her orbit, are determined. By Thomas Simpson, ..
- Miscellaneous tracts on some curious, and very interesting subjects in mechanics, physical-astronomy, and speculative mathematics; wherein, the precession of the equinox, the nutation of the earth's axis, and the motion of the moon in her orbit, are determined. By Thomas Simpson, ...
- Select exercises for young proficients in the mathematicks ...
- Select exercises for young proficients in the mathematicks : ... By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S. ..
- Select exercises for young proficients in the mathematicks.
- Select exercises for young proficients in the mathematicks. : ... By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S. ..
- Select exercises for young proficients in the mathematicks. : Containing, I. A large variety of algebraical problems with their solutions. II. A choice number of geometrical problems with their solutions both algebraical and geometrical. III. The theory of gunnery, independent of the conic sections. IV. A new and very comprehensive method for finding the roots of equations in numbers. V. A short account of the nature and first principles of fluxions. VI. The valuation of annuities for single and joint lives, with a set of new tables, far more extensive than any extant. By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- Select exercises for young proficients in the mathematics, : containing: I. A great variety of algebraical problems with their solutions. II. A choice number of geometrical problems with their solutions both algebraical and geometrical. III. The theory of gunnery, independent of the conic sections. IV. A new and very comprehensive method for finding the roots of equations in numbers. V. A short account of the nature and first principles of fluxions.
- The doctrine and application of fluxions : Containing (besides what is common on the subject) a number of new improvements in the theory. ... By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- The doctrine and application of fluxions : containing (besides what is common on the subject) a number of new improvements in the theory and the solution of a variety of new, and very interesting, problems in different branches of the mathematicks.
- The doctrine and application of fluxions. : Containing (besides what is common on the subject) a number of new improvements in the theory. ... By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- The doctrine of annuities and reversions : deduced from general and evident principles, with useful tables shewing the values of single and joint lives, &c., at different rates of interest : to which is added, a method of investigating the value of annuities by approximation, without the help of tables : the whole explain'd in a plain and simple manner, and illustrated by great variety of examples
- The doctrine of annuities and reversions, : deduced from general and evident priciples: with useful tables, shewing the values of single and joint lives, ... By Thomas Simpson, ..
- The doctrine of annuities and reversions, : deduced from general and evident principles: with useful tables, shewing the values of single and joint lives, ... By Thomas Simpson
- The doctrine of annuities and reversions, deduced from general and evident principles : with useful tables, shewing the values of single and joint lives, &c., at different rates of interest : to which is added a method of investigating the value of annuities by approximation, without the help of tables : the whole explained in a plain and simple manner, and illustrated by great variety of examples ...
- The nature and laws of chance : Containing, among other particulars, the solutions of several abstruse and important problems. ... The whole after a new, general, and conspicuous manner, and illustrated with a great variety of examples. By Thomas Simpson, ..
- The nature and laws of chance.
- The nature and laws of chance. : Containing, among other particulars, the solutions of several abstruse and important problems. ... The whole after a new, general, and conspicuous manner, and illustrated with a great variety of examples. By Thomas Simpson, ..
- The nature and laws of chance. : Containing, among other particulars, the solutions of several abstruse and important problems. The doctrine of combinations and permutations clearly deduced. ... By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- Trigonometry, : plane and spherical; with the construction and application of logarithms. By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S
- Trigonometry, plane and spherical : with the construction and application of logarithms
- Trigonometry, plane and spherical; with the construction and application of logarithms. By Thomas Simpson, F.R.S

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- A supplement to the doctrine of annuities and reversions : deduced from general and evident principles : containing the valuation of annuities and reversions, for single and joint lives ; with the necessary tables
- The ladies diary : or, woman's almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1754. Being the second after bissextile, or leap-year. Containing new improvements in arts and sciences, and many entertaining particulars; adapted for the use and diversion of the fair-sex. Being the fifty-first almanack publish'd of this kind
- The ladies diary : or, woman's almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1755. Containing new improvements in arts and sciences, and many entertaining particulars; adapted for the use and diversion of the fair-sex. Being the fifty-second almanack publish'd of this kind
- The ladies diary: : or, woman's almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1754. Being the second after bissextile, or leap-year. Containing new improvements in arts and sciences, and many entertaining particulars; adapted for the use and diversion of the fair-sex. Being the fifty-first almanack publish'd of this kind
- The ladies' diary : or, woman's almanack, for the year of our Lord, 1756. Being the bissextile, or leap-year. Containing new improvements in arts and sciences, and many entertaining particulars; adapted for the use and diversion of the fair-sex. Being the fifty-third almanack publish'd of this kind
- The ladies' diary: : or woman's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1757. Being the first after bissextile, or leap-year. Containing new improvements in arts and sciences, and many entertaining particulars; adapted for the use and diversion of the fair-sex. Being the fifty fourth almanack publish'd of this kind
- The ladies' diary: : or woman's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1758. Being the second after bissextile, or leap-year. Containing new improvements in arts and sciences, and many entertaining particulars; adapted for the use and diversion of the fair-sex. Being the fifty-fifth almanack publish'd of this kind
- The ladies' diary: : or woman's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1759. Being third after bissextile, or leap-year. Containing new improvements in arts and sciences, and many entertaining particulars; adapted for the use and diversion of the fair-sex. Being the fifty-sixth almanack publish'd of this kind
- The ladies' diary: : or woman's almanack, for the year of our Lord 1760. Being the bissextile, or leap-year. Containing new improvements in arts and sciences, and many entertaining particulars; adapted for the use and diversion of the fair-sex. Being the fifty-seventh almanack publish'd of this kind

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