The Mathematical Miscellany (Google eBook)

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C. Gill., 1836 - Mathematics
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Page 180 - The locus of the middle points of a system of parallel chords in a parabola is called a diameter.
Page 14 - A, B, C, D, E play together on this condition, that he who loses shall give to all the rest as much as they already have. First A loses, then B, then C, then D, and at last also E. All lose in turn, and yet at the end of the 5th game they all have the same sum, viz.
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Page 342 - Thus, the square of the sum, of any two quantities is equal to the sum of their squares plus twice their product.
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Page 294 - A diameter of a curve is the locus of the middle points of a series of parallel chords. 149. To find the diameter of a given system of parallel chords in a parabola. Let 0 be the inclination of the chords to the axis of the parabola ; let x, y...
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