Roger Cotes

This bust was commissioned by [[Robert Smith (mathematician)|Robert Smith]] and sculpted posthumously by [[Peter Scheemakers]] in 1758. Roger Cotes FRS (10 July 1682 – 5 June 1716) was an English mathematician, known for working closely with Isaac Newton by proofreading the second edition of his famous book, the ''Principia'', before publication. He also invented the quadrature formulas known as Newton–Cotes formulas and first introduced what is known today as Euler's formula. He was the first Plumian Professor at Cambridge University from 1707 until his death. Provided by Wikipedia

by Cotes, Roger
Published 1738
printed for the editor, and sold by S. Austen, at the Angel and Bible in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and the booksellers at Cambridge

by Cotes, Roger
Published 1775
printed for J. Nourse, in the Strand; Bookseller to his Majesty: and sold by T. and J. Merrill, in Cambridge

by Cotes, Roger
Published 1770
typis excudebant T. Fletcher & F. Hodson. Impensis J. Nicholson, Cantab. Veneunt apud J. Rivington, Lond

by Cotes, Roger
Published 1773
Impensis A. Leathley, in Dame-Street