## A Course of Mathematics: In Two Volumes. For the Use of the Royal Military Academy, Volume 1 |

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25 23 Least common multiple 136 Compound addition 27 25

25 23 Least common multiple 136 Compound addition 27 25

**Algebraic**Fractions 137 132 Table of Officers ' pay 29 27 Reduction 137 132 Compound subtraction 30 28 Addition 141 137 multiplication . 32 30 Subtraction 142 138 division 34 32 ... Page 48

It is of great importance that the student should be made familiar with this rule , both on account of the facility which it gives in actual reductions , and especially in the reductions that occur in

It is of great importance that the student should be made familiar with this rule , both on account of the facility which it gives in actual reductions , and especially in the reductions that occur in

**algebraic**fractions and equations ... Page 66

And the reason of the several steps in the operation appears from the

And the reason of the several steps in the operation appears from the

**algebraic**form of the sqnare of any number of terms , whether two or three or more . Thus ( a +6 ) = a + 2ab + 02 = a ? Page 70

+ A little attention to the composition of the

+ A little attention to the composition of the

**algebraic**expression for the cube of a binomial will render the truth of this rule very obvious . For ( a + b ) 3 = a3 + 3a2b + 3ab ? + b3 = a3 + { 3a2 + ( 3a + b ) x 6 } 6 , the last form ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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