The pupil-teacher's course of mathematics, by a late fellow and senior mathematical lecturer (Google eBook)

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1879
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Page 66 - of three digits, the right-hand one being 0 ; if the left-hand and middle digits be interchanged the number is diminished by 180 ; if the lefthand digit be halved, and the middle and right-hand digits be interchanged, the number is diminished by 454. Find the number?
Page 126 - THE PUPIL-TEACHER'S COURSE OF MATHEMATICS. By a late Fellow and Senior Mathematical Lecturer ; Examiner for the Oxford and Cambridge Board, the Cambridge Syndicate, &c. Part I.—EUCLID, Books I. and II. WITH NOTES, EXAMPLES, AND EXPLANATIONS. Price u.
Page 51 - A sum of money is divided among three persons. The first receives £10 more than a third of the whole sum ; the second receives ^15 more than a half of what remains ; and the third receives what is over, which is
Page 20 - divide the first term of the dividend by the first term of the divisor, thus
Page 63 - If the left-hand and middle digits be interchanged, the number is diminished by 180 ; if the left-hand digit be halved, and the middle and righthand digit be interchanged, the number is diminished by 336 : find the number.
Page 20 - the first term of the quotient ; multiply the divisor by this term and subtract the product from the dividend ; bring down
Page 107 - A ship sails with a supply of biscuit for 60 days, at a daily allowance of 1lb. a head. After being at sea 20 days, she encounters a storm, in which 5 men are washed overboard, and damage sustained that will cause a delay of 24 days, and it is found that each man's allowance must be reduced to £ Ib. Find the original number of the crew.
Page 67 - Two trains, 92 feet and 84 feet long respectively, are moving with uniform velocities on parallel rails ; when they move in opposite directions they are observed to pass each other in
Page 126 - Public School boys, has endeavoured in his notes and hints to guard against the common difficulties and errors; and it is hoped that not only Pupil-Teachers, but also all others who are commencing the study of Geometry, will find this little book useful. Part II.—ALGKEBRA. Price
Page 123 - AND PARLIAMENT STREET THE TEACHER'S MANUAL OF THE SCIENCE AND ART OF TEACHING. The First Series, which relates to the SCIENCE of Teaching, consists of-— 1. THE CULTIVATION OF THE SENSES. Price

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