Item 95 - Letter from Augustus De Morgan to J. W. Lubbock

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Letter from Augustus De Morgan to J. W. Lubbock


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90 G.S. - Asks for his opinion on different modes of expression in treating the Differential Calculus. Amongst other examples, he points out 'we cannot talk of total partial diff: coeff: Would complete partial diff: coeff: do?' Thanks him for his book on comets, and notes that the tides are yet undone.

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Accompanied by a transcript in Isaac Todhunter's hand of Herbert Spencer's article in the Contemporary Review March 1873, with a note about a reply by T. S. Baynes.

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