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

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Dr. Hutton's Course of Mathematics was greatly in advance , as to the manner of treating the subjects

Dr. Hutton's Course of Mathematics was greatly in advance , as to the manner of treating the subjects

**contained**in it , of all works which had then appeared ; and for many years the author continued to improve the successive editions ... Page 2

This is also sometimes called Reductio ad absurdum ; because it shows the absurdity and falsehood of all suppositions contrary to that

This is also sometimes called Reductio ad absurdum ; because it shows the absurdity and falsehood of all suppositions contrary to that

**contained**in the proposition . 19. Method is the art of disposing a train of arguments in a proper ... Page 7

Then add up the figures in the column or row of units , and find how many tens are

Then add up the figures in the column or row of units , and find how many tens are

**contained**in that sum . Set down exactly below , what remains more than those tens , or if nothing remains , a cipher , and carry as many ones to the ... Page 8

... of 9s taken also out of the sum of the former excesses , it is plain that this last excess must be equal to the excess of 9s

... of 9s taken also out of the sum of the former excesses , it is plain that this last excess must be equal to the excess of 9s

**contained**in the total sum of all these numbers ; all the parts taken together being equal to the whole . Page 13

There was an army composed of 104 + battalions , each consisting of 500 men ; what was the number of men

There was an army composed of 104 + battalions , each consisting of 500 men ; what was the number of men

**contained**in the whole ? Aus . 52000 . 8. A convoy of ammunition I bread , consisting of 250 waggons , and each waggon containing ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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