| William Duane - English language - 1810 - 748 pages
...to certain heights and distances. EPTAGON. SeeHtPTAcox. EQU ANGULAR, having equal añiles. EQUATION, **an expression of the same quantity in two dissimilar terms, but of equal value.** SeeALOEBHA. KQUERRE, Fr. a sort of rule which is absolutely necessary to the miner in order to make... | |
| Samuel Johnson - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1812 - 766 pages
...investigation of a mean proportion collected from the extremities of excess and defect. Haider. EQUATION, **(In algebra.) An expression of the same quantity in two dissimilar terms, but of equal value.** EQUATION, i. (In astronomy.) The difference between the time marked by the sun's apparent motion, and... | |
| John Walker - Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1819 - 712 pages
...neither elated nor depressed. EQUANIMOUS, e-kwin'c-mus. a. Even, not ilejectcd. EQUATION, c-kw.Yshnn. s. **The investigation of a mean proportion collected from...in algebra, an expression of the same quantity in** iwo dissimilar terms, but of equal value: in astronomy, the difference between the time marked by the... | |
| John Walker - 1822 - 775 pages
...depressed. EQUANIMOUS, e-kw&n'-^-mus, a. Even, not dejected. EQUATION, e-kwi^shun, s. The investigation «fa **mean proportion collected from the extremities of...dissimilar terms, but of equal value ; in astronomy, the** difference between the time marked by the sun's apparent motion, and that measured by its motion. EQUATOR,... | |
| John Walker - Bible - 1823 - 103 pages
...elated nor deurereed. EQUAN1AIOUS, e k»ai-'4 mns. a. Even, not delected. EQUATION, e-kwa'shfln. s. **The investigation of a mean proportion collected from...defect : in algebra, an expression of the same quantity** iu two dissimilar terms, but of equal value : in Vistronomy, the difference between the time marked... | |
| Samuel Johnson - English language - 1824 - 832 pages
...Taller. EQUA'NIMOUS. a. [a^uanimit. Iaj Even; not dejected ; not elated. EQUA/TION. a. 'i. [fauare. Lat.] **The investigation of a mean proportion collected from the extremities of excess and defect,** to be applied to the whole. Holder. EUUA'TION. In algebra: Is an expression of the same quantity in... | |
| Walter Hamilton (M.R.A.S.) - Science - 1825 - 451 pages
...the investigation of a mean proportion collected from the extremities of excess and defect. EQUATION. **In Algebra, an expression of the same quantity in two dissimilar terms, but of equal value.** EQUATION. In Astronomy, the difference between the time marked by the sun's apparent motion, and that... | |
| Walter Hamilton, Walter Hamilton (M.R.A.S.) - Industries - 1825 - 451 pages
...muriate of soda, or common salt, has been extracted. EQU EQUATION (»equare, Lat.) In Mathematics, **the investigation of a mean proportion collected from the extremities of excess and defect.** EQUATION. In Algebra, an expression of the same quantity in two dissimilar terms, but of equal value.... | |
| John Walker - 1827
...neither elated nor depressed. EQUANIMOUS, ¿-kwan-e-mus, a. Even, not dejected. EQUATION, ¿-kwl-shun, s. **The investigation of a mean proportion collected from...dissimilar terms, but of equal value; in astronomy, the** difference between the time marked by the sun's apparent motion, and that measured by its motion. EQUATOR,... | |
| Henry Neuman - English language - 1827
...the time marked by the sun's apparent motion, and that measured by its real motion . '¿. Equation, **expression of the same quantity in two dissimilar terms, but of equal** v&lue ECUADOR ó EQUATOR, sm. Equator, a great circle, whose polea are the polea of the world It divides... | |
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