## A Course of Mathematics: Composed for the Use of the Royal Military Academy |

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according axis base becomes body called centre circle co-ordinates common consequently considered contained corresponding curve denominator determine diameter difference differential co-efficient direction distance Divide division divisor draw drawn equal equation EXAMPLES expression feet figure force four fraction function given gives greater half Hence inches integral join known length less letters manner means measure method multiplied negative obtain opposite origin parallel pass perpendicular plane positive problem PROP proportional proposed quantity quotient radius ratio rectangle reduced remaining represented result right angles root rule sides sine square straight line Substituting subtract suppose taken tangent THEOREM third triangle weight whole yards