The Young Algebraist's Companion : or, a New and Easy Guide to Algebra; Introduced by the Doctrine of Vulgar Fractions: Designed for such Who, by their own Application only, would become acquainted with the Rudiments of this noble Science, but have hitherto been prevented and discouraged, by Reason of the many Difficulties and Obscurities attending most Authors upon the Subject. Illustrated with Variety of numerical and literal Examples, and attempted in natural and familiar Dialogues, in order to render the Work more easy and diverting to those that are quite unacquainted with Fractions and the Analytic Art.
London: Printed by T. Parker for the Author, and Sold by the Booksellers in Town and Country. 1750. First Edition
12mo, xxvi, 235 pp, tear in foremargin of K2 affecting a few letters on p.99, occasional neat calculations in the margins in an early hand, cont. sprinkled calf, 2-fillet borders in gilt, fully gilt spine, lacking label, rubbed but joints sound.
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