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 books.google.com Gregory discovered the basic ideas of calculus at about the same time as Newton
. He became the first Professor of Mathematics at the University of St. Andrews
and later held the same position at the University of Edinburgh. But one year after
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mathematician James Gregory (1638–1675), who also designed the first practical
reflecting telescope. Gregory discovered the basic ideas of calculus at about the
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reflecting telescope. Gregory discovered the basic ideas of calculus at about the
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reflecting telescope. Gregory discovered the basic ideas of calculus at about the
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