From the preface of the writer: "...I have divided this paintings into books; within the first of those i've got constrained myself to these concerns bearing on natural research. within the moment booklet i've got defined these factor which needs to be identified from geometry, given that research is often built in this sort of method that its software to geometry is proven. within the first publication, on account that all of study is anxious with variable amounts and capabilities of such variables, i've got given complete remedy to features. i've got additionally taken care of the transformation of capabilities and capabilities because the sum of limitless sequence. furthermore i've got built services in endless series..."

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