Jacques Ozanam Quote

The Essential Parts of the Simple or Pure Mathematics are Arithmetic and Geometry, which mutually assist one another, and are independent on any other Sciences, except perhaps on Artificial Logic: But doubtless Natural Logic may be sufficient to a Man of Sense. The other parts are chiefly Physical Subjects explained by the Principles of Arithmetic or Geometry.


p. 2, The introduction - A Mathematical Dictionary: Or; A Compendious Explication of All Mathematical Terms, 1702

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The Essential Parts of the Simple or Pure Mathematics are Arithmetic and Geometry, which mutually assist one another, and are independent on any...

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The Essential Parts of the Simple or Pure Mathematics are Arithmetic and Geometry, which mutually assist one another, and are independent on any...

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The Essential Parts of the Simple or Pure Mathematics are Arithmetic and Geometry, which mutually assist one another, and are independent on any...

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The Essential Parts of the Simple or Pure Mathematics are Arithmetic and Geometry, which mutually assist one another, and are independent on any...