The Mathematical Gazette, Volume 1

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Bell and Hyman, 1896 - Mathematics
 

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Page 76 - If a moving point possess simultaneously velocities which are represented in magnitude and direction by the two sides of a parallelogram drawn from a point, they are equivalent to a velocity which is represented in magnitude and direction by the diagonal of the parallelogram passing through the point.
Page 24 - Recueil de problèmes de Géométrie analytique, à l'usage des classes de Mathématiques spéciales. Solutions des problèmes donnés au concours d'admission à l'École Centrale depuis 1862.
Page 58 - Variable velocity is measured at any instant by the space which would be passed over in a unit of time, if the body moved during that unit of time at the same rate that it had at the instant in question.
Page 158 - Council at the time of his death. He was an active member of the Tulsa Geological Society (1920).
Page 6 - And here it is to be observed, on the other hand, that such an analytical generalization may lead into new regions that might not have been discovered at all by methods which kept closer to observation. The co-ordinates of a dynamical system may have...
Page 147 - Each branch of this wide subject is treated with brevity, it is true, and yet with amazing completeness considering the size of the volume. So earnest and reliable an effort deserves success.
Page 107 - Miss CA SCOTT. On Cayley's theory of the absolute. The bearing of this paper is to show how simply and naturally Cayley's theory of the absolute follows from a small number of elementary geometrical conceptions. Projective and metric properties in th
Page 176 - Express \(x + y + z) in terms of a, 6, c.] 4. If X, Y, Z are points on the sides of the triangle ABC, such that BX|XC = CY|YA = AZ|ZB = r, and if ABC, XYZ are similar, then either r — 1 or both triangles...
Page 24 - Répétiteur à l'École Polytechnique. — Cours de Mécanique à l'usage de la classe de Mathématiques spéciales, entièrement conforme au dernier programme d'admission a l'École Polytechnique.
Page 24 - Cours de Géométrie descriptive, à l'usage des Élèves de l'Enseignement secondaire moderne.

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