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Page 64 - ... average student. On the other hand, free use is made of certain sources of problems which may be easily comprehended without extended explanation and which involve varied and simple combinations of geometric forms. Such problems pertain to decoration, ornamental designs, and architectural forms. They are found in tile patterns, parquet floors, linoleums, wall papers, steel ceilings, grill work, ornamental windows, etc., and they furnish a large variety of simple exercises both for geometric construction...
Page 16 - Observe the readings of the same thermometer at the same hours daily for a week, and record the results of your observations graphically. 2. Record graphically the readings of the barometer as taken from the same newspaper daily for a week. 3. Record graphically the scores of the captains of the girls' and boys' basket ball teams in your school.
Page 13 - D, /:, so that the area shall remain the same but the diagram lie wholly in the first quadrant with /: on the NorthSouth axis, and D on the East- West axis.
Page 62 - the cost of sugar at London and Paris from the middle of the 13th centurv was as follows: TEAR M Mill.