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

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25 23 Least common multiple 136 Compound addition 27 25 Algebraic

25 23 Least common multiple 136 Compound addition 27 25 Algebraic

**Fractions**137 132 Table of Officers ' pay 29 27 Reduction 137 132 Compound subtraction 30 28 Addition 141 137 multiplication . 32 30 Subtraction 142 138 division 34 32 ... Page 3

These are so called as distinguished from

These are so called as distinguished from

**Fractions**, which are broken numbers , or parts of numbers ; as , one - half , two - thirds , or threefourths . A Prime Number is one which has no other divisor than unity ; as , 2 , 3 , 5 , 7 ... Page 17

Then the preceding

Then the preceding

**fractions**being all to be divided by the successive divisors ( they forming parts of the numbers successively divided ) we have r3 14 + di d , da dz d , da + + + d , da dz dą d d , d , Reducing these to a common ... Page 40

... to Simple as to Compound Proportion , was given , in 1706 , by W. Jones , Esq . F.R.S. , the father of the late Sir W. Jones . ANOTHER QUESTION . If a garrison of 3600 men have 40 COMPOUND PROPORTION . Continued

... to Simple as to Compound Proportion , was given , in 1706 , by W. Jones , Esq . F.R.S. , the father of the late Sir W. Jones . ANOTHER QUESTION . If a garrison of 3600 men have 40 COMPOUND PROPORTION . Continued

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added algebraic angle answer applied arithmetical base called centre circle coefficients common compound contained continued cube decimal denominator denote describe diameter difference distance divided division divisor double draw drawn equal equation EXAMPLES expression extremes factors figure former four fraction functions give given greater half hence interest intersection join latter length less manner means measure meeting method Multiply obtained operation opposite parallel parallelogram perpendicular plane position principal PROBLEM proportional quantity question quotient radius ratio rectangle Reduce remainder respectively result right angles root rule sides signs simple solution square subtract successive supposing taken THEOREM third triangle Whence whole yards