Paper, 'A general method for exhibiting the value of an expression involving several radical quantities anent Sir Isaac Newton's binomial theorum' by Thomas Simpson
Reference number: L&P/2/82
Date: 1750
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Subject: Mathematics
Published in Philosophical Transactions, as 'A general method for exhibiting the value of an algebraic expression involving several radical quantities in an infinite series: wherein Sir Isaac Newton’s theorem for involving a binomial, with another of the same author, relating to the roots of equations, are demonstrated'
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IV. A general method for exhibiting the value of an algebraic expression involving several radical quantities in an infinite series: wherein Sir Isaac Newton’s theorem for involving a binomial, with another of the same author, relating to the roots of equations, are demonstrated External link, opens in new tab.
Date: 31st December 1752
DOI: 10.1098/rstl.1751.0005
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