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Principles of the differential and integral calculus: familiarly illustrated ... - Page vii
by William Ritchie - 1836 - 174 pages
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 22

Industrial arts - 1835
...logical reasoning to exercise and improve the intellect; we should bear in mind that the simple executien of analytical operations, acquired by dint of practice...with an ardour after the investigation of truth." Mr. Woolhouse in his paper has pursued a different course; he has made it his study to present the...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 22

Sholto Percy - Industrial arts - 1835
...analytical operations, acquired by dint of practice and experience, is a mere common species of laboitĄt often merely mechanical ; whilst a distinct apprehension...with an ardour after the investigation of truth." Mr. Woolhouse in his paper has pursued a different course; he has made it his study to present the...
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Algebra Self-taught

W. P. Higgs - Algebra - 1876 - 104 pages
...Differential Calculus,' Mr. Woolhouse observes, with only too much reason, how " it is to be regretted that most of our academical treatises on this, as...with an ardour after the investigation of truth." Mathematics naturally divide into two divisions, to which are related (a) the solutions of problems...
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Education, Scientific and Technical; Or, How the Inductive Sciences are ...

Robert Galloway - Science - 1881 - 462 pages
...well as other subjects, abound so much with complex algebraical processes, without the slightest trace of logical reasoning to exercise and improve the intellect....with an ardour after the investigation of truth," Dr. Whewell forced the University of Cambridge to consider the question, " What is it that we are teaching...
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