A Course of Mathematics, Vol. 2: Designed for the Use of the Officers and Cadets, of the Royal Military College (Classic Reprint)

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After Fractions, the arrangement in Algebra is not exactly similar to that usually found in more extensive treatises. Some reasons are given for a particular deviation (p. And it is from considerable experience in teaching that we were induced to prefer the order in which the several rules or parts follow one another. Learners however. Generally consider the management of radical quantities as the most difficult task in Algebra: a master therefore may sometimes perceive the necessity of bring. Ing a student forward to a particular extent in Quadratic Equa tions before he enters upon Surds.

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