# A Treatise on the Circle and the Sphere

A Treatise on the Circle and the Sphere is a mathematics book on circles, spheres, and inversive geometry. It was written by Julian Coolidge, and published by the Clarendon Press in 1916. The Chelsea Publishing Company published a corrected reprint in 1971, and after the American Mathematical Society acquired Chelsea Publishing it was reprinted again in 1997. (Wikipedia).

Circles and Solids: Radius, Diameter, and Naming Solids

This video explains how to determine the radius and diameter of a circle. Various solids are also named.

From playlist Circles

What exactly is a circle? | Arithmetic and Geometry Math Foundations 28 | N J Wildberger

Moving beyond points and lines, circles are the next geometrical objects we encounter. Here we address the question of how best to introduce this important notion, strictly in the setting of rational numbers, and without metaphysical waffling about `infinite sets.' This lecture is part of

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The Equation of a Sphere

The video explains how to determine the center and radius of a sphere. http://mathispower4u.yolasite.com/

From playlist Vectors

Equation of Sphere given Endpoints of Diameter

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Learn how to determine the volume of a sphere

👉 Learn how to find the volume and the surface area of a sphere. A sphere is a perfectly round 3-dimensional object. It is an object with the shape of a round ball. The distance from the center of a sphere to any point on its surface is called the radius of the sphere. A sphere has a unifo

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Oxford 4f The Point of Hume's Analysis of Causation

A course by Peter Millican from Oxford University. Course Description: Dr Peter Millican gives a series of lectures looking at Scottish 18th Century Philosopher David Hume and the first book of his Treatise of Human Nature. Taken from: https://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/series/introduction-david

Finding the volume and the surface area of a sphere

👉 Learn how to find the volume and the surface area of a sphere. A sphere is a perfectly round 3-dimensional object. It is an object with the shape of a round ball. The distance from the center of a sphere to any point on its surface is called the radius of the sphere. A sphere has a unifo

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Colloque d'histoire des sciences "Gaston Darboux (1842 - 1917)" - Barnabé Croizat - 17/11/17

En partenariat avec le séminaire d’histoire des mathématiques de l’IHP Ovales, cyclides et surfaces orthogonales : les premières amours géométriques de Darboux Barnabé Croizat, Laboratoire Paul Painlevé, Université Lille 1 & CNRS À l’occasion du centenaire de la mort de Gaston Darboux, l

How do you find the surface area of a sphere

👉 Learn how to find the volume and the surface area of a sphere. A sphere is a perfectly round 3-dimensional object. It is an object with the shape of a round ball. The distance from the center of a sphere to any point on its surface is called the radius of the sphere. A sphere has a unifo

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The History of Mathematics in 300 Stamps

Oxford Mathematics Public Lectures: Robin Wilson - The History of Mathematics in 300 Stamps The entire history of mathematics in one hour, as illustrated by around 300 postage stamps featuring mathematics and mathematicians from across the world. From Euclid to Euler, from Pythagoras to

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Find the volume of a sphere given the circumference

👉 Learn how to find the volume and the surface area of a sphere. A sphere is a perfectly round 3-dimensional object. It is an object with the shape of a round ball. The distance from the center of a sphere to any point on its surface is called the radius of the sphere. A sphere has a unifo

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1 The "Representational" Theory of Knowledge - Reid's Critique of Hume (Dan Robinson)

Professor Dan Robinson gives the first in a series of 8 lectures on Thomas Reid's critique of David Hume at Oxford in 2014. Hume defends the thesis according to which “ALL THE PERCEPTIONS OF THE HUMAN MIND RESOLVE THEMSELVES INTO…IMPRESSIONS AND IDEAS”. Accordingly, “We may prosecute this

From playlist Philosophy of Mind