| Florian Cajori - Mathematics - 1890 - 412 pages
...etc., are such thatevery binary combination i2, ij, ji, etc., (the ij being in general not equal toji) **is equal to a linear function of the letters, but...law, viz, for each combination of three letters ij.k-** i.jl,; so that there is a determinate and unique product of three or more letters ; or, what is the... | |
| Florian Cajori - Mathematics - 1890 - 426 pages
...are such that every binary combination i1, ij, ji, etc., (the ij being in general not equal to ji) **is equal to a linear function of the letters, but...associative law, viz, for each combination of three letters** ij.k=4.jk, so that there is a determinate and unique product of three or more letters ; or, what is... | |
| United States. Office of Education - Digital images - 1890 - 958 pages
...etc., are such that every binary combination ia, ij, ji, etc., (the ij being in general nut equal toji) **is equal to a linear function of the letters, but...associative law, viz, for each combination of three letters** ij.k=i.jk, so that there ia a determinate aud unique product of three or more letters ; or, what is... | |
| Florian Cajori - Mathematics - 1890 - 414 pages
...etc., (the ij being in general not equal to /i) is equal to a linear function of the letters, but nnder **the restriction of satisfying the associative law, viz, for each combination of three letters** ij.k=i.jk, so that there is a determinate aud unique product of three or more letters ; or, what is... | |
| Florian Cajori - Mathematics - 1893 - 478 pages
...or imaginary, — the letters i, j, etc., being such that every binary combination p, ij, ji, etc., **is equal to a linear function of the letters, but...the restriction of satisfying the associative law."** Charles S. Peirce, a son of Benjamin Peirce, and one of the foremost writers on mathematical logic,... | |
| Florian Cajori - Mathematics - 1893 - 476 pages
...or imaginary, — the letters i, j, etc., being such that every binary combination r, ij. ji, etc., **is equal to a linear function of the letters, but...under the restriction of satisfying the associative** la\v. M Charles S. Peirce, a son of Benjamin Peirce, and one of the foremost writers on mathematical... | |
| Arthur Cayley - Mathematics - 1896 - 676 pages
...г, j, &a, are such that every binary combination ts, ij, ji, &c., (the ij being in general not =jf), **is equal to a linear function of the letters, but...viz. for each combination of three letters ij.k is** =i.jk, so that there is a determinate and unique product of three or more letters ; or, what is the... | |
| Arthur Cayley - Mathematics - 1896 - 676 pages
...j, &a, are such that every binary combination T*, ij, ji, &c., (the ij being in general not = ji), **is equal to a linear function of the letters, but...associative law : viz. for each combination of three letters** ij . k is = i .jk, so that there is a determinate and unique product of three or more letters ; or,... | |
| Arthur Cayley - Mathematics - 1896 - 663 pages
...&c., are such that every binary combination i 2 , ij, ji, &c., (the ij being in general not = ji), **is equal to a linear function of the letters, but...associative law: viz. for each combination of three letters** ij. k is =i.jk, so that there is a determinate and unique product of three or more letters; or, what... | |
| Florian Cajori - Mathematics - 1898 - 512 pages
...or imaginary, — the letters i, j, etc., being such that every binary combination i2, ij, ji, etc., **is equal to a linear function of the letters, but...under the restriction of satisfying the associative** law.56 Charles S. Peirce, a son of Benjamin Peirce, and one of the foremost writers on mathematical... | |
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