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

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In the multiplication and division I have given prominence to the use of detached

In the multiplication and division I have given prominence to the use of detached

**coefficients**and the synthetic method of division . An elementary investigation of the latter process is annexed , as that of Mr. Horner is not easily ... Page v

... useful part of that composition , from the parts which I found superfluous , and make such additions as experience might suggest during my professional use of the volume . The chapters on indeterminate

... useful part of that composition , from the parts which I found superfluous , and make such additions as experience might suggest during my professional use of the volume . The chapters on indeterminate

**coefficients**, piling of balls ... Page vii

PAGES PAGES Division 123 125 Notation and numeration 3 by detached

PAGES PAGES Division 123 125 Notation and numeration 3 by detached

**coefficients**127 129 Addition 7 7 synthetic method ... 127 129 Subtraction .. 8 8 another proof of Multiplication 9 9 expansion by synthetic diDivision 13 13 vision 131 ... Page 103

When one of the factors is a number , it is called a

When one of the factors is a number , it is called a

**coefficient**: thus in 2 x a x b or 2ab , the 2 is called the ... represent given or known numbers are likewise called**coefficients**; as in 3 axz , 3a is called the**coefficient**of cz . Page 103

When one of the factors is a number , it is called a

When one of the factors is a number , it is called a

**coefficient**: thus in 2 x a x b or 2ab , the 2 is called the ... represent given or known numbers are likewise called**coefficients**; as in 3 axz , 3a is called the**coefficient**of xz .### What people are saying - Write a review

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