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Referee's report by Henry Moseley, on a paper 'On the comparison of transcendents with certain applications to the theory of definite integrals' by Professor George Boole

Reference number: RR/3/22

Date: 11 July 1857

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Subject: Mathematics

[Published in Philosophical Transactions, 1857]

Reference number
RR/3/22
Earliest possible date
11 July 1857
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Letter on paper
Page extent
4 pages
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Manuscript

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Henry Moseley

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Henry Moseley, Referee's report by Henry Moseley, on a paper 'On the comparison of transcendents with certain applications to the theory of definite integrals' by Professor George Boole, 11 July 1857, RR/3/22, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/rr_3_22/referees-report-by-henry-moseley-on-a-paper-on-the-comparison-of-transcendents-with-certain-applications-to-the-theory-of-definite-integrals-by-professor-george-boole, accessed on 13 July 2024

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