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M A T H E M AT ICS;
THE THEORY AND PRACTICE
ARE LAID DOWN AND FAMILIARLY EXPLAINED.
To each subject are prefixed,
The whole forming
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PRINTED BY BARTLETT AND NEWMAN;
LONDON ; PARKER, OXFORD ; AND DEIGHTON, CAMBRIDGE,
William H. Burton
O 11-13-35. mEw
GENERAL PROBLEMS. Their Nature and Properties explained i
Method of registering the Steps of an Operation. . 17
Its Rules Algebraically investigated .
Problems exercising Arithmetical Progression 40
SIMPLE INTEREST, its Rules investigated and applied 45
Discount, its Rules investigated and applied .
Inverse, or Reciprocal Proportion
COMPARISON OF VARIABLE AND DEPENDENT QUANTITIES 74
Problems in Geometrical Progression
COMPOUND INTEREST, its Rules investigated and applied. 91
PROPERTIES OF NUMBERS, an Investigation of those which
EQUATIONS OF SEVERAL DIMENSIONS.
A general View of the Nature, Formation, Roots, &c.
Generation of the higher Equations
To find the Limits of the Roots