M and N may be magnitudes, + the sign of addition of the second to the first. 2. M and N may be numbers, and + the sign of multiplying the first by the second. 3. M and N may be lines, and + a direction to make a rectangle with the antecedent for a base,... Trigonometry and Double Algebra - Page 97by Augustus De Morgan - 1849 - 167 pagesFull view - About this book
| William Bragg Ewald - Mathematics - 2005 - 678 pages
...a symbolic calculus: how can it be made a significant one? In the following ways, among others. I. **M and N may be magnitudes, + the sign of addition...having fought a battle with the antecedent: and so on.** |12| We may also illustrate the manner in which too limited or too extensive a meaning interferes with... | |
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...valid interpretations: Given symbols M, N, +, and one sole relation of combination, namely, that M + N **is the same result (be it of what kind soever) as...having fought a battle with the antecedent: and so** on.17 fundamental or general importance to any particular empirical analogy. Consider now the operation... | |
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