This last volume of Newton's mathematical papers presents the extant record of the investigations which he pursued during the last quarter of his life.
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Part I. Solutions to Challenge-Problems, Revisions of Earlier Researches, and General Retrospections: 1. The Twin Problems of Bernoulli's 1697 'Programma' solved; 2. The 'De Quadratura Curvarum' Revised for Publication; 3. Miscellaneous Writings on Mathematics; 4. The 'Method of [Finite] Differences'; 5. The 'De Quadratura' Amplified as an 'Analysis per Quantitates Fluentes et Earum Momenta'; 6. Proposition X of the Principa's Second Book Reworked; 7. Response to Bernoulli's Second Problem; 8. Analysis and Synthsis: Newton's Declaration of the Manner of their Application in the 'Principia'; 9. Minor Compliments to the 'Arithemetica Universalis'; Part II. Newton's Varied Efforts to Substantiate His Claims to Calculus Priority: Appendix 1; Appendix 2; Appendix 3; Appendix 4; Appendix 5; Appendix 6; Appendix 7; Appendix 8; Appendix 9; Appendix 10; Index of Names
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