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

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Page iv

In the chapters on simple and quadratic

In the chapters on simple and quadratic

**equations**, the introductory remarks and suggestions , as well as the examples ... of an**equation**; and as brief a form of investigating Sturm's criterion as I could devise , has also been added . Page vii

75 79 simultaArithmetical progression 76 80 189 199 Geometrical progression 79 82 Quadratic

75 79 simultaArithmetical progression 76 80 189 199 Geometrical progression 79 82 Quadratic

**equations**, problems 193 ... an**equation**from given ALGEBRA . roots 214 228 Expression for the transformed Introductory chapter 100 104**equation**... Page 60

Again , let this

Again , let this

**equation**be multiplied by six , and it will give - -206896551729 ; and then by substituting as before z = ' 0344827586206896551777 ; and so on , as far as may be thought proper ; each fresh multiplication doubling the ... Page 69

... is only a particular application of his general method of solving numerical

... is only a particular application of his general method of solving numerical

**equations**of all orders . ... the operation than as generally applied to**equations**of a higher order , and is put in this form for the use of those students ... Page 94

The algebraist will know at once to what class of questions this property belongs , when it is stated that it is only to such as rise no higher than a simple

The algebraist will know at once to what class of questions this property belongs , when it is stated that it is only to such as rise no higher than a simple

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