# Mathematics

## Found in 106 Collections and/or Records:

### A copy of Schooten's edition of Descartes' Geometry, (Lugd. 1649), with a few notes in Newton's hand

Moved to Rare Books: Adv. D. 39.1

### A copy of the first edition of the Principia, interleaved with notes in Newton's hand - among the leaves inserted is the preface to the third edition

Moved to Rare Books: Adv. B. 39.1

### A copy of the second edition of the Principia, interleaved with notes and additions in Newton's hand

Moved to Rare Books: Adv. B. 39.2

### A few MS leaves, containing Compendium Trigonometriae, c 1700

Notes and papers regarding algebra and trigonometry.

**Dates:**c 1700

### A Fragment that goes with Add.3960.11: 193/195, c 1665-c 1700

Papers on infinite series, curves and fluxions, in the hands of Newton and two others.

**Dates:**c 1665-c 1700

### A Problem in Chances, c 1665-c 1727 (Possibly a copy of the paper published in 1710.)

Not in Newton's hand; apparently a Latin variation of results by John Arbuthnot in "Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society of London", 1710.

**Dates:**c 1665-c 1727 (Possibly a copy of the paper published in 1710.)

### A Scheme of Mathematical Learning Proposed for Mr Stone's Foundation at Christ's Hospital, c 1665-c 1727

Several drafts.

**Dates:**c 1665-c 1727

### Albert Ingham: Papers

**Dates:**circa 1925-1932

**Found in:**Cambridge University Library

### Analysis per quantitates fluentes et earum momenta, c 1665-c 1700

Papers on infinite series, curves and fluxions, in the hands of Newton and two others.

**Dates:**c 1665-c 1700

### Analytical institutions, Early to mid eighteenth century

**Dates:**Early to mid eighteenth century

### Arithmetica Universalis, c 1705

Incomplete draft.

**Dates:**c 1705

### Calculation of the Area of the Hyperbola, c 1665

**Dates:**c 1665

### Calculation of the Area of the Hyperbola, Autumn 1665

**Dates:**Autumn 1665

### Charles Babbage: mathematical and scientific notebooks and papers

**Dates:**1806-1878 (Circa)

**Found in:**Cambridge University Library

### College Notebook, 1664-1665

A small note-book, written from both ends, containing early exercises - extraction of the square and cube root, elementary Geometry, etc. - followed by annotations of Wallis's Arithmetica Infinitorum. This is preceded by a note of Newton's fixing by an entry in his account-book the date of the annotations as being in the winter 1664-1665, at which time he says he found the method of infinite series. Also notes on music, chances etc.

**Dates:**1664-1665

### Compendium mathematicoalgebraicum ex Oughtredo Wallisio, c 1675

Notes from mathematical sources, with tables of weights and measures.

**Dates:**c 1675

### Complete Measurer

**Dates:**1725 (Circa)

**Found in:**Cambridge University Library

### Copies of Letters from Leibnitz, Slusius etc. to Oldenburg, c 1722

Transcripts of mathematical and astronomical letters and papers, apparently made for the use of Isaac Newton, in various hands. Included are copies of works by R.F. Slusius, Antonio Monforte, Jacques Ozanam, G.W. Leibnitz, E.W. von Tschirnhaus, Henry Oldenburg, T.F. de Lagny, G.D. Cassini, John Craig and S. Morland.

**Dates:**c 1722

### Copies of Mathematical Papers by Tshirnhausen, Leibnitz, Slusius etc., c 1722

Transcripts of mathematical and astronomical letters and papers, apparently made for the use of Isaac Newton, in various hands. Included are copies of works by R.F. Slusius, Antonio Monforte, Jacques Ozanam, G.W. Leibnitz, E.W. von Tschirnhaus, Henry Oldenburg, T.F. de Lagny, G.D. Cassini, John Craig and S. Morland.

**Dates:**c 1722

### Correspondence, 1921 - 1967

**Dates:**1921 - 1967

### Correspondence of Edward Arthur Milne with officers of the Cambridge University Natural Science Club, with related correspondence and a report

**Dates:**1921

**Found in:**Cambridge University Library

### Correspondence on perpetual motion and the quadrature of the circle, 1787 - 1828

**Dates:**1787 - 1828

### Correspondence regarding methods of establishing longitude by lunar distances, 1783 - 1825

**Dates:**1783 - 1825

### Correspondence regarding methods of establishing longitude by lunar distances, 1802 - 1828

**Dates:**1802 - 1828