## History of the Royal Society, from Its Institution to the End of the Eighteenth Century, Volume 1 |

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Being dissatisfied with the expression which he had found for the quadrature of

the circle, he wrote to Lord Brouncker, requesting him to His Lordship did so, and

ascertained that if 1 {+1 2 + in finite terms, be ex pressed it by the

...

Being dissatisfied with the expression which he had found for the quadrature of

the circle, he wrote to Lord Brouncker, requesting him to His Lordship did so, and

ascertained that if 1 {+1 2 + in finite terms, be ex pressed it by the

**infinite**fraction...

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This investigation led him likewise to the discovery of the binomial theorem, so

celebrated in algebra, and of so much importance in an

investigations. Newton had already made these discoveries, and many others,

when the ...

This investigation led him likewise to the discovery of the binomial theorem, so

celebrated in algebra, and of so much importance in an

**infinite**number ofinvestigations. Newton had already made these discoveries, and many others,

when the ...

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The following are their titles, with the names of the authors: Method of

determining 2d, 3d, 4th, &c. Term of a Series taken in order. T. Simpson. New

Method of computing the Sums of certain Series. Landen. On.certain

Series. Bayes.

The following are their titles, with the names of the authors: Method of

determining 2d, 3d, 4th, &c. Term of a Series taken in order. T. Simpson. New

Method of computing the Sums of certain Series. Landen. On.certain

**Infinite**Series. Bayes.

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### Contents

HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION | 1 |

NATURAL HISTORY | 16 |

C5413 II _ On ZOOLOGY | 71 |

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