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Page i - HOUSTON, EJ, and KENNELLY, AE Algebra Made Easy. Being a clear explanation of the Mathematical Formulae found in Prof. Thompson's "Dynamo-electric Machinery and Polyphase Electric Currents." With figures and examples. 8vo, cloth, illustrated 75 The Interpretation of Mathematical Formulae. With figures and examples. 8vo, cloth, illustrated $1 .25 HOWARD, CR Earthwork Mensuration on the Basis of the Prismoidal Formulae.
Page 26 - Is equal to the product of the square of the current and the resistance of the winding.
Page 56 - There are 360 degrees in a complete circle, 60 minutes in a degree, and 60 seconds in a minute. The point of beginning (POB) may or may not be shown on the site plan.
Page 49 - Thus multiplication is reduced to addition, raising of powers to multiplication, division to subtraction, extraction of roots to division. 2. The sum of the logarithms of two numbers gives the logarithm of their product, the difference of two logarithms gives the logarithm of the quotient, and so on. These rules are best expressed in symbols...