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

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93 97 To increase or diminish the roots 209 224 Practical

93 97 To increase or diminish the roots 209 224 Practical

**questions**96 100 To change the signs of the roots 212 227 To multiply or divide the roots 213 227 To form an equation from given ALGEBRA . roots 214 228 Expression for the ... Page 2

A Problem is a proposition or a

A Problem is a proposition or a

**question**requiring something to be done ; either to investigate some truth or property , or to perform some operation . As , to find out the quantity or sum of all the three angles of any triangle , or to ... Page 11

Multiply these two remainders together , and cast the 9s out of the product , as also out of the whole product or answer of the

Multiply these two remainders together , and cast the 9s out of the product , as also out of the whole product or answer of the

**question**, reserving the remainders of these last two , which remainders must be equal when the work is ... Page 13

When there is no remainder to a division , the quotient is the whole and perfect answer to the

When there is no remainder to a division , the quotient is the whole and perfect answer to the

**question**. But when there is a remainder , it goes so much towards another time , as it approaches to the divisor : so , if the remainder be ... Page 14

When there is no remainder to a division , the quotient is the whole and perfect answer to the

When there is no remainder to a division , the quotient is the whole and perfect answer to the

**question**. But when there is a remainder , it goes so much towards another time , as it approaches to the divisor : so , if the remainder be ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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