The OLDEST Maths Books in Oxford

Oxford Mathematician Dr Tom Crawford looks through some of the oldest maths textbooks at the University of Oxford with assistance from the St Edmund Hall Librarian James Howarth. Accompanying Maple Learn worksheet on Parallelograms here.

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List of books covered in the video:
1. Euclid’s “Elements”
2. William Leybourne’s “Cursus Mathematicus”
3. Galileo’s “System of the World”
4. Kepler’s “On The Six-Angled Snowflake”
5. Robert Hooke’s “Micrographia”
6. Isaac Newton’s “Principia Mathematica”
7. Lewis Carroll’s “The Game Of Logic”

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