Elementary Number Theory: A Problem Oriented Approach by Joe Roberts
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Therefore by Proposition 5, it is proved. The Arithmetic of Infinitesimals 19 PROPOSITION 9 Gorollary Equally, if the spiral is continued through two, three, four or more complete revolutions plus an additional part, it will equal half the circumference of the complete coterminous circle taken two, three, four or more times (as many as the number of complete revolutions) with half of that same addition. Because while the spiral is being deseribed, the eomplete cireumference of the coterminous circle is described the same number of times, and also the additional part.
4i, From Doctor William Oughtred A response to t he preceding let ter (afte r the book went to press). 10 In which he makes it known what he thought of that method. Most honoured Sir , I have wit h unsp eakable delight, so far as my necessary busi ness , t he infirm ness of my health, and t he greatness of my age (app roaching now to an end) would permit , perused your most learned pap ers, of several choice arguments, which you sent me: wherein I do first with t ha nkfulness acknowledge to God, the Father of lights, t he great light he hath given you; and next I gratulate you, even with admirat ion, t he clearness and perspicacity of your und erstanding and genius, who have not only gone, but also ope ned a way int o these pr ofoundest myst eries of art, unknown and not thought of by t he ancients.
For what holds for most ofthem concerning the cirele (which was usually had by means of polygons with an infinite number of sides, and therefore the circumference by means of an infinite number of infinitely short lines) could also, it seemed to me, with appropriate changes, be usefully adjusted to other problems; and indeed by that means to examine not a little of what is found in Euelid, Apollonius and, especially, throughout Archimedes. Those things, moreover, I thought about as yet only in a disordered way, not yet in the order I would bring them to .