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

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42 40 Powers and

42 40 Powers and

**roots**of monoAddition 50 46 mials 147 141 Subtraction .. 51 47 Square**root**of compound Multiplication 51 48 expressions 148 146 Division 52 49 Cube**root**of ditto 149 Rule of three 52 49 Reduction of monomial surds . Page 6

3 cube

3 cube

**root**, & c . difference between two numbers when it is either not known , or not necessary to state , which is the greater . Thus , 5 + 3 , denotes that 3 is to be added to 5 . 6 · 2 , denotes that 2 is to be taken from 6 . Page 44

If a number cannot be divided by some quantity less than the square

If a number cannot be divided by some quantity less than the square

**root**of the same , that number is a prime , or cannot be divided by any number whatever . 9. All prime numbers , except 2 and 5 , have either 1 , 3 , 7 , or 9 , in the ... Page 65

65 INVOLUTION . of 2 ; INVOLUTION is the raising of Powers from any given number , as a

65 INVOLUTION . of 2 ; INVOLUTION is the raising of Powers from any given number , as a

**root**. A Power is a quantity produced by multiplying any given number , called the**Root**, a certain number of times continually by itself . Page 66

Ans . S. 129 Ans . 125 Ans . 81 258 EVOLUTION . a Evolution , or the reverse of Involution , is the extracting or finding the

Ans . S. 129 Ans . 125 Ans . 81 258 EVOLUTION . a Evolution , or the reverse of Involution , is the extracting or finding the

**roots**of any given powers . The**root**of any number , or power , is such a number , as being multiplied into a ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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