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

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7. A Theorem is a demonstrative Proposition ; in which some property is 1 asserted , and the truth of it required to be proved . Thus , when it is said that , VOL . I. B

7. A Theorem is a demonstrative Proposition ; in which some property is 1 asserted , and the truth of it required to be proved . Thus , when it is said that , VOL . I. B

**answers**. a The sum of the three angles of ARITHMETIC PAGES. Page 2

**answers**. a The sum of the three angles of a plane triangle is equal to two right angles , that is a Theorem , the truth of which is demonstrated by Geometry . ... A Limited Problem is that which has but . one**answer**or solution . Page 11

Add all the lines of products together , in the order in which they stand , and their sum will be the

Add all the lines of products together , in the order in which they stand , and their sum will be the

**answer**or whole product required . It will , of course , be always best to take that number as the multiplier which has the fewest ... Page 13

When there is no remainder to a division , the quotient is the whole and perfect

When there is no remainder to a division , the quotient is the whole and perfect

**answer**to the question . But when there is a remainder , it goes so much towards another time , as it approaches to the divisor : so , if the remainder be ... Page 14

When there is no remainder to a division , the quotient is the whole and perfect

When there is no remainder to a division , the quotient is the whole and perfect

**answer**to the question . But when there is a remainder , it goes so much towards another time , as it approaches to the divisor : so , if the remainder be ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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