**Newton's Principia : the mathematical principles of natural philosophy**

by Isaac Newton

**Publisher**: Daniel Adee 1846**ISBN/ASIN**: 1607962403**Number of pages**: 600

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This book is a complete volume of Newton's mathematical principles relating to natural philosophy and his system of the world. Newton, one of the most brilliant scientists and thinkers of all time, presents his theories, formulas and thoughts. Included are chapters relative to the motion of bodies; motion of bodies in resisting mediums; and system of the world in mathematical treatment; a section on axioms or laws of motion, and definitions.

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