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Published **1729**
by Printed: and sold by A. Ward in London .

Written in English

- Mathematics -- Early works to 1800,
- Mathematics -- Study and teaching

**Edition Notes**

On spine: Mandey"s Mathematics.

Other titles | A brief system of the mathematics |

Statement | [Translated] by Venterus Mandey. |

Contributions | Mandey, Venterus |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | [4], 28, 787, [1] p. (p. [788] advertisements) |

Number of Pages | 788 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL19393141M |

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