Hayes, Charles: A treatise of fluxions, or, an introduction to mathematical philosophy ... London : printed by Edw. Midwinter, 1704

Content

- PDF Front cover
- PDF Title page
- PDF To Sir Dalby Thomas [...].
- PDF The preface to the reader.
- PDF Table of contents
- PDF Errata.
- PDF A short discourse concerning conick sections.
- PDF Sect. I. The nature of fluxions.
- PDF Sect. II. The algorithm of arithmetick of fluxions.
- PDF Sect. III. The use of fluxions in drawing tangents to all sorts of curve lines, algebraic and transcendent.
- PDF Sect. IV. The use of fluxions in investigating the area's of all sorts of surfaces.
- PDF Sect. V. The use of fluxions in the revolution of the questions de maximis & minimis.
- PDF Sect. VI. The use of fluxions in investigating the points of contrary flexion an retrogression of curves.
- PDF Sect. VII. The use of fluxions in investigating the dimensions of solids.
- PDF Sect. VIII. The use of fluxions in the rectification of curves.
- PDF Sect. IX. The use of fluxions in finding causticks by reflexion, to all sorts of curves.
- PDF Sect. X. The use of fluxions in finding causticks by refraction, to all sorts of curves.
- PDF Sect. XI. The use of fluxions in investigating the centers of gravity of lines, surfaces and solids.
- PDF Sect. XII. The use of fluxions in investigating the centers of percussion of lines, surfaces and solids.
- PDF Sect. XIII. The use of fluxions in investigating the centers of oscillation.
- PDF Sect. XIV. The use of fluxions in astronomy.
- PDF Sect. XV. To find the fluxions of logarithms and of powers when the exponents are flowing quantities. To construct exponential curves and determine their tangents.
- PDF Books printed for D. Midwinter, and T. Leigh, at the Rose and Crown in St. Paul's curchyard.
- PDF Back cover