# Integral Tables: Or, A Collection of Integral Fomulæ (Google eBook)

W. Baynes & Son, 1823 - Integrals - 279 pages

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### Contents

 Section 1 18 Section 2 54 Section 3 55 Section 4 58 Section 5 64 Section 6 66 Section 7 93 Section 8 94
 Section 23 136 Section 24 138 Section 25 143 Section 26 147 Section 27 148 Section 28 151 Section 29 152 Section 30 158

 Section 9 89 Section 10 91 Section 11 93 Section 12 94 Section 13 105 Section 14 107 Section 15 113 Section 16 115 Section 17 120 Section 18 124 Section 19 130 Section 20 132 Section 21 134 Section 22 135
 Section 31 164 Section 32 169 Section 33 173 Section 34 176 Section 35 190 Section 36 239 Section 37 242 Section 38 246 Section 39 248 Section 40 268 Section 41 270 Section 42 273 Section 43 279

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Page v - ... and* improved methods of cultivation. New diseases and insect pests make it increasingly difficult to grow animals and crops successfully. Production has become a problem of supplying raw materials to the world's markets. The knowledge necessary for successful and profitable production has increased to such an extent that it is no longer possible for the home to furnish all the instruction.
Page xxvii - Integral may be reduced to one more simple ; and, this again, to one yet more simple, and so on.
Page 118 - ... is negative. Both a and 6 cannot be negative at the same time. Hence, we have V(± e ,a— 5z* С dz l ..61 [I. I __— _— arc unxv~ = — TV arc cos 0—26...
Page 40 - The first form is real when 4ac — b* is positive ; the second is so when 4ac — 6s is negative.
Page 122 - V а/ the first of which is real, when a is positive ; the second, when а s negative : a and 6 cannot both be negative at the same time.
Page 164 - The first form is real, when a is positive ; the second when a is negative. Hence it follows that : т f _EI _ f L ' J *v* J «ve« da; , , л = ± — loe —