A Treatise on the Differential Calculus: With Numerous Examples

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Macmillan, 1860 - Calculus, Differential - 398 pages

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Page 10 - PLANE CO-ORDINATE GEOMETRY, as applied to the Straight Line and the Conic Sections. With numerous Examples.
Page 5 - SNOWBALL — THE ELEMENTS OF PLANE AND SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY; with the Construction and Use of Tables of Logarithms. By JC SNOWBALL, MA New Edition.
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Page 14 - ... which can be altered only by the changes of entire units or integral multiples of units in the fundamental conditions of the problem ; the other concerning those chances which have respect to insensible gradations in the value of the element measured), the present tract has been drawn up.
Page 1 - Mr Smith's Work is a most useful publication. The Rules are stated with great clearness. The Examples are well selected and worked cut with just sufficient detail without being encumbered by too minute explanations; and there prevails throughout it that just proportion of theory and practice, which is the crowning excellence of an elementary work.
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