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

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The chapters on the geometry of

The chapters on the geometry of

**planes**and solids have also , for the most part , been modified and rewritten . The practical geometry has been entirely recomposed , and in especial reference to the circumstances under which the ... Page vi

In the

In the

**plane**trigonometry nothing besides the examples for exercise , of the last edition , remains in this . To give every thing essential to elementary trigonometry investigated in a direct and simple manner , and entirely to exclude ... Page viii

226 231 PAGES Sturm's criterion 228 Introductory explanations 370 353 Horner's method of approximaConstruction of

226 231 PAGES Sturm's criterion 228 Introductory explanations 370 353 Horner's method of approximaConstruction of

**plane**problems ...... 372 354 tion 232 233 A line nearly equal to the circle 400 Recapitulation of processes . Page 2

answers . a The sum of the three angles of a

answers . a The sum of the three angles of a

**plane**triangle is equal to two right angles , that is a Theorem , the truth of which is demonstrated by Geometry . A set or collection of such Theorems constitutes a Theory . 8. Page 290

... it : generally of a collateral rather than of a direct application . 8. Every kind of body that can be supposed actually Definitions in

... it : generally of a collateral rather than of a direct application . 8. Every kind of body that can be supposed actually Definitions in

**plane**geometry Slaters' and tilers' 458.### What people are saying - Write a review

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