## Formulas and theorems in pure mathematics |

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Multiply the numerator of any

previous numerator. The result is the numerator of the next

in the same way to determine the denominator. The last

the ...

Multiply the numerator of any

**convergent**by the next quotient, and add theprevious numerator. The result is the numerator of the next

**convergent**. Proceedin the same way to determine the denominator. The last

**convergent**should bethe ...

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multiple of that number, and let the mth

then the 2mth

210). 198 F°r example, in approximating to ^/29 above, there are five recurring ...

multiple of that number, and let the mth

**convergent**to s/Q, be represented by Fm ;then the 2mth

**convergent**is given by the formula FlM = A [ Fn + |L \ by (203) and (210). 198 F°r example, in approximating to ^/29 above, there are five recurring ...

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a geometrical progression which converges; therefore the given series

converges. 245 The series of which — ^ r- is the general term is to (log n)p

By (243), (244).

a geometrical progression which converges; therefore the given series

converges. 245 The series of which — ^ r- is the general term is to (log n)p

**convergent**if p be greater than unity, and divergent if p be not greater than unity.By (243), (244).

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### Contents

Introduction The C G S System of Units | 1 |

VHI Common and Hyperbolic Logarithms of | 7 |

QUANT1C8 1620 | 30 |

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