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|Statement||By J.R. Young ...|
|LC Classifications||QA211 .Y7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, , 476 p.|
|Number of Pages||476|
|LC Control Number||03008624|
Additional Physical Format: Print version: Young, J.R. (John Radford), Theory and solution of algebraical equations of the higher orders. Theory and solution of algebraical equations of the higher orders. by J. R. (John Radford) Young. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. About this Book Catalog Record Details. Theory and solution of algebraical equations of the higher Young, J. R. (John Radford), View full catalog record. Full text of "On the Theory and Solution of Algebraical Equations: With the Recent Researches of Budan " See other formats.
Higher Algebra with the subjects usually included in works on the Theory of Equations. The first ten Chapters contain all the propositions ordinarily found in elementary treatises on the subject. In these Chapters we have not hesitated to employ the more modern notation wherever it appeared that greater simplicity or comprehensiveness could be 5/5(1). The theory of equations Michigan Historical Reprint Series. This volume is produced from digital images created through the University of Michigan University Library's preservation reformatting program. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Theory of Equations (New York et al.: McGraw-Hill Book Co., ), by J. V. Uspensky (page images at HathiTrust) A Compendious Tract on the Theory and Solution of Cubic and Biquadratic Equations, and of Equations of the Higher Orders, by B. Bridge (page images at Cornell) Elementary Theory of Equations, by Leonard E. Dickson (page images at. The theorem states that for general algebraical equations of a degree higher than 4, there are no formulas representing roots of these equations in terms of coefficients with only arithmetic operations and radicals. A secondary, and more important aim of this book, is to acquaint the reader with two very important branches of modern mathematics.
But the theory of the algebraical solution of equations in its most complete form was for the transformations of the orders 5, 7, 11, the modular equations of the orders 6, 8, 12 are depressible to the orders 5, 7, 11 respectively; but for the transformation, n a prime number greater t the depression is impossible. in book iii. The analysis and solution of cubic and biquadratic equations; forming a sequel to the Elements of algebra, and an introduction to the Theory and solution of equations of the higher orders. (London, Souter and Law, ), by J. R. Young (page images at HathiTrust). I b I fold. diagr. I c 23 cm. /1: 0: I a Equations, Theory of (cSMB Is Scanned by Imagenes Digitales Nogales, AZ On behalf of Preservation Division The University of Michigan Libraries Date work Began: Camera Operator: Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] A TREATISE/~ ON THE THEORY OF ALGEBRAICAL EQUATIONS. BY J. Author Title # of images; Young, J. R "Elements of the Differential Calculus", Young, J. R "Mathematical Dissertations for the Use of Students in the Modern Analysis",