THE REV. T. DALTON, M.A., SENIOR MATHEMATICAL MASTER OF ETON COLLEGE. London MACMILLAN AND CO. AND NEW YORK 1886 THE REV. T. DALTON, M.A., SENIOR MATHEMATICAL MASTER OF ETON COLLEGE. RULES AND EXAMPLES IN ALGEBRA. In Two Parts. Part I. 18mo. 2s. Part II. 18mo. 2s. 6d. The Journal of Education says: "One of the best books of the kind we have seen. The Edinburgh Daily Review says: "We should desire no better book for an Elementary Class." The Scotsman says: "It is a strictly practical treatise, not so much intended to facilitate the work of the teacher as to enable the student to ground himself thoroughly in algebraic forms and principles, and to test the measure of his own actual progress. The rules are tersely stated; the explanations few and short; but the examples are very numerous, and are carefully graduated." The Glasgow Herald says: 'Altogether the two parts of the work constitute a lucid and compendious text book for beginners." The Literary Churchman says (of Part II.):— "A very clear little manual of the second step (so to speak) in Algebra, taking the scholar through more difficult examples in Elementary rules, to equations simple and quadratic, and landing him safely and pleasantly in the Binomial Theorem. There is at the end of the volume a useful collection of miscellaneous examples and Examination papers, which will prepare the tyro for future struggles." RULES AND EXAMPLES IN ARITHMETIC. 18mo. 2s. 6d. MACMILLAN AND CO. LONDON. |