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x that we found in Example 1 is known as the Mercator series, after Nicholas Mercator (1620–1687). Note that by substituting x.
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The Earth and its Peoples, 3rd edition. Boston, Houghton Mifflin Co.,.
The University of Western Ontario Department of History History of
Crane, Nicholas. Mercator: The Man Who Mapped The Planet.
Jun 3, 2011 Key words: Isaac Newton, Nicolas Mercator, Vincent Wing. 1. Introduction .
Mercator's Letter to John Dee
application of science and mathematics made by scholars" The only magic that Nicholas may have used was his astrolabe.

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Nicholas Mercator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nicholas (Nikolaus) Mercator (c. 1620 Holstein–1687 Versailles), also known by his Germanic name Kauffmann, was a 17th-century mathematician.
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Nicholas Mercator (sometimes known as Kauffmann) was born in Holstein about 1620, but resided most of his life in England.
Mercator, Nicholas (1620-1687) -- from Eric Weisstein's World of
Nationality, >, Danish, v. Mercator, Nicholas (1620-1687). Additional biographies: Dublin Trinity College, MacTutor (St.
Some Contemporaries of Descartes, Fermat, Pascal and Huygens
Nicholas Mercator (sometimes known as Kauffmann) was born in Holstein about 1620, but resided most of his life in England.

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