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

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... logic of the processes involved in elementary mathematics , with more precision than in any other production with which I am acquainted . 54 50 Progressions Subtraction .... 55 50

... logic of the processes involved in elementary mathematics , with more precision than in any other production with which I am acquainted . 54 50 Progressions Subtraction .... 55 50

**Arithmetical**progression .. THE EDITOR'S PREFACE . Page vii

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**Arithmetical**progression .. 159 155 Multiplication 55 51 Geometrical progression 162 162 Division 57 53 Circulating decimals 164 164 Reduction 59 54 Geometrical proportion 165 163 Rule of three 62 57 Harmonical progression 167 165 ... Page 1

Algebra contemplates the subjects of arithmetic in a more general form ; and generally ( among other objects ) furnishes the rules for the more complex

Algebra contemplates the subjects of arithmetic in a more general form ; and generally ( among other objects ) furnishes the rules for the more complex

**arithmetical**operations . Geometry treats of space , as of the forms , magnitudes ... Page 64

Such pupils are now arrived at a stage in their

Such pupils are now arrived at a stage in their

**arithmetical**studies which renders such knowledge essential . A single specimen of the process of complete duodecimal multiplication expressed in the common and contracted notations is ... Page 75

So , of these two numbers , 6 and 3 , the difference , or

So , of these two numbers , 6 and 3 , the difference , or

**arithmetical**ratio is 6 — 3 or 3 , but the geometrical ratio is for 2 . There must be two numbers to form a comparison : the number which is compared , being placed first ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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