APA Citation

Masterson, T. (1595). Thomas Masterson his third booke of arithmeticke: Shewing the more ingenious inuentions, and the figuratiue and caractericall operations, by which to calculate the true solutions or answers of arithmeticall questions: after a more perfect, plaine, briefe, and well ordered arithmetical way then any other heretofore published. No lesse necessary and pleasant to all men employed in great and worthie actions, then to others. Imprinted at London: By Richard Field.

Chicago Style Citation

Masterson, Thomas. Thomas Masterson His Third Booke of Arithmeticke: Shewing the More Ingenious Inuentions, and the Figuratiue and Caractericall Operations, By Which to Calculate the True Solutions or Answers of Arithmeticall Questions: After a More Perfect, Plaine, Briefe, and Well Ordered Arithmetical Way Then Any Other Heretofore Published. No Lesse Necessary and Pleasant to All Men Employed in Great and Worthie Actions, Then to Others. Imprinted at London: By Richard Field, 1595.

MLA Citation

Masterson, Thomas. Thomas Masterson His Third Booke of Arithmeticke: Shewing the More Ingenious Inuentions, and the Figuratiue and Caractericall Operations, By Which to Calculate the True Solutions or Answers of Arithmeticall Questions: After a More Perfect, Plaine, Briefe, and Well Ordered Arithmetical Way Then Any Other Heretofore Published. No Lesse Necessary and Pleasant to All Men Employed in Great and Worthie Actions, Then to Others. Imprinted at London: By Richard Field, 1595.

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