# A Book of Mathematical Problems on Subjects Included in the Cambridge Course

Macmillan, 1867 - Mathematics - 344 pages
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### Contents

 PROBLEMS PAGE 1 ALGEBRA 11 267278 58 CONIC SECTIONS GEOMETRICAL 88 CONIC SECTIONS ANALYTICAL 103 General Equation of the Second Degree 136 883922 187 9231012 195
 1013_1059 211 PROBLEMS PAGE 221 Linear Transformation General Equation of 227 STATICS 253 DYNAMICS ELEMENTARY 269 DYNAMICS OF A POINT 282 Motion of Uniform Strings 301 Moments of Inertia Principal Axes 306

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