Recently i found some amazing books in **Google books** , these are really great and i am sure you will be addicted to read them bcoz the problems are not usual ones ,they are totally different and you'll surely respect the works by ancient mathematicians.
here they are :

**Mathematicall Recreations: Or, A Collection of Many Problemes** By Jean Leurechon, William Oughtred, Claude Mydorge.

and

**The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, Volume 1&2**

By Sir Isaac Newton, John Machin

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you can very well find them easily in google books
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thank you and plz explore the works done by ancient mathematicians

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TopNewestYup!! I agree -"Ancient mathematicians" May be you should also try " Vedic Mathematics" Literally the best form of mathematics as per me. I have a hard copy of one( by- Jagadguru Swāmī Shrī Srī Bharatī Krsna). Literally a must one for mathematics' lovers...

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Are they available for free reading on Google books??

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http://books.google.co.in/books?id=6-84AAAAMAAJ&pg=PP31&source=gbs

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yes ,they are available for free in google books

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the book was really amazing and cool !!!!!!!!!!!! It was full of problems, theories, propositions etc.

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Thanx bro for the information

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There are old and interesting books at the address below.

https://archive.org/details/mathematicallre00oughgoog

You can also find excellent historical math textbooks in

http://mathbooks.library.cornell.edu/

http://quod.lib.umich.edu/u/umhistmath/.

If some of you are in real need of a particular textbook, let me know I maybe have it.

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