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

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to justify the views under which the alterations were commenced , and to

to justify the views under which the alterations were commenced , and to

**give**it that preference as a text - book for mathematical instruction which the original work so long enjoyed . The state of the health of my lamented friend and ... Page vi

To

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**give**every thing essential to elementary trigonometry investigated in a direct and simple manner , and entirely to exclude all matters of mere scientific curiosity , has been my guiding principle in the composition of these chapters ... Page vii

The alterations made in this edition have caused the paging of the work to be altered ; and as in some works references are made to the last edition , it has been considered advantageous to

The alterations made in this edition have caused the paging of the work to be altered ; and as in some works references are made to the last edition , it has been considered advantageous to

**give**, besides the pages of this edition ... Page 11

Multiplication is also very naturally proved by Division ; for the product divided by either of the factors , will evidently

Multiplication is also very naturally proved by Division ; for the product divided by either of the factors , will evidently

**give**the other . But this cannot be practised till the rule of division is learned . Or thus :Having placed the ... Page 13

The reason of this rule is obvious ; for any number multiplied by the component parts of another , must

The reason of this rule is obvious ; for any number multiplied by the component parts of another , must

**give**the same product as if it were multiplied by that number at once . Thus , in the 1st example , 7 times the product of 8 by the ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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