| Herbert Ellsworth Slaught, Nels Johann Lennes - Geometry, Plane - 1918 - 360 pages
...proposition B, and that B follows from proposition A. If, now, A is known, D can be proved by passing **from A to B, from B to C, and from C to** D. That is, the analysis is instrumental in discovering the proof. The proof itself is then made by... | |
| Herbert Ellsworth Slaught - 1918 - 332 pages
...proposition B, and that B follows from proposition A. If, now, A is known, D can be proved by passing **from A to B, from B to C, and from C to** D. That is, the analysis is instrumental in discovering the proof. The proof itself is then made by... | |
| William Henry Timbie, Henry Harold Higbie - Electric currents - 1919 - 410 pages
...THREE-PHASE and TWO-PHASE. A THREE-PHASE SYSTEM usually has three wires, say A, B, C. Loads are connected **from A to B, from B to C, and from C to A** (DELTA CONNECTION, represented by the symbol A); or, one end of each of the three loads is connected... | |
| Cassius Jackson Keyser - Mathematics - 1922 - 492 pages
...any two flights is a flight; if a, b and c be three flights, we may suppose them to go respectively **from A to B, from B to C, and from C to** D; consider (aob)oc; aob=d, the flight from A to C; doc = e, the flight from A to D; now consider ao(boc);... | |
| Chester Laurens Dawes - Electric engineering - 1925 - 502 pages
...98 (a) shows the delta-system of Fig. 96 with the three coil currents 7„&, I»c, and Ica flowing **from a to b, from b to c, and from c to a,** respectively. Assume balanced conditions and also assume that each current is in phase with its coil... | |
| Cassius Jackson Keyser - Mathematics - 1925 - 485 pages
...any two flights is a flight; if a, b and c be three flights, we may suppose them to go respectively **from A to B, from B to C, and from C to** Z); consider (aob)oc, aob=d, the flight from A to C; doc=e, the flight from A to Z); now consider ao(boc);... | |
| United States. Bureau of Naval Personnel - 1954 - 492 pages
...lay it pretty close aboard before you'll be able to pick it up. You therefore decide on navigating **from A to B, from B to C, and from C to** D, rather than setting a course direct from A to D. The first thing you do is draw straight pencil... | |
| Jean-Philippe Rameau - Music - 1971 - 510 pages
...Fundamental bass Example 11. ') Notes A, B, and C each bear a seventh chord, the same progression being found **from A to B, from B to C, and from C to** the tonic note. A,B and B,C thus represent a sort of perfect cadence avoided because a minor third... | |
| Robert Geroch - Mathematics - 1985 - 358 pages
...Composition is associative. If A, B, C, and D are any four objects, and <p, V, and X are morphisms **from A to B, from B to C, and from C to** D, respectively, then (X o ip) o <p = X o (V o <p) . (Note that each side of this equation is a morphism... | |
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