Analisi Derivata: Ossia L'Analisi Matematica (1802) (Italian Edition) download epub
by Vincenzo Brunacci
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Vincenzo Brunacci (3 March 1768 – 16 June 1818) was an Italian mathematician born in Florence. He was professor of Matematica sublime (infinitesimal calculus) in Pavia. He transmitted Lagrange's ideas to his pupils, including Ottaviano Fabrizio Mossotti, Antonio Bordoni and Gabrio Piola. He studied medicine, astronomy and mathematics at the University of Pisa. In 1788 he earned his laurea and the same year he started teaching mathematics at the Navy Institute of Leghorn.
Analisi derivata: ossia, L'analisi matematica dedotta da un sol principio di considerare le quantita (1802).
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