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

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... but gold is often mixed with some

... but gold is often mixed with some

**base**metal , which is called the alloy , and the mixture is said to be of so many carats fine , according to the proportion of pure gold contained in it : thus , if 22 carats of pure gold , and 2 of ... Page 88

... but gold is often mixed with some

... but gold is often mixed with some

**base**metal , which is called the alloy , and the mixture is said to be of so many carats fine , according to the proportion of pure gold contained in it : thus , if 22 carats of pure gold , and 2 of ... Page 110

Suppose that in the conditions of some particular example that was proposed , the known indices were found to be 3 and 2 , and from some additional conditions it was otherwise found that the

Suppose that in the conditions of some particular example that was proposed , the known indices were found to be 3 and 2 , and from some additional conditions it was otherwise found that the

**base**a was .001 , what would be the value of ... Page 248

In the equation a * = : N , a is called the

In the equation a * = : N , a is called the

**base**of the system , N the number , and x the logarithm of N to the**base**a . This is generally denoted by the equation , log N , or x = = 1 , N , where the**base**of the system is written as a ... Page 249

N x , = Mx , where M depends upon the

N x , = Mx , where M depends upon the

**bases**a , and a , and is constant for all values of x , so long as the systems ... It will therefore follow , that if we can more easily compute logarithms to one**base**aj , than to any other a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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