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B. L. van der Waerden's thesis, that the motion of Mars in the Stobart Tables has been computed by linear methods based on the assumption of a piece-wise constant velocity, is discussed in this paper, and some further evidence presented.
Girolamo Saccheri's first printed work, his Quaesita Geometrica of 1693, has always been considered a minor one. It is not our intention wholly to reverse this judgement, but it is our considered opinion that it is something a deal more than a mere student's exercise. Above all, the solutions of...
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