The American Mathematical Monthly: The Official Journal of the Mathematical Association of America, Volume 29

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Mathematical Association of America, 1922 - Electronic journals
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Page 363 - I. If A and B are distinct elements of S, there is at least one m-class containing both A and B. II. If A and B are distinct elements of S, there is not more than one m-class containing both
Page 404 - the days of the week are denoted by the first seven letters of the alphabet, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, which are placed
Page 46 - If the number of requests received exceeds the number the Committee is able to distribute, the earlier requests will receive the preference. The table of contents of the report is as follows: Part I: General Principles and
Page 208 - PROFESSOR ELIAKIM HASTINGS MOORE, SCHOLAR, TEACHER AND FRIEND: Conscious of the great influence which you have exercised upon the development of mathematical science throughout this country, particularly in the Middle West, during the last twenty-five years, Admiring the outstanding qualities of your researches in various fields of mathematics, Grateful for the inspiration and
Page 208 - encouragement which you have given to those who have come to the University of Chicago to study mathematics, Recognizing the large contribution which you have made to the creation and the growth of the Chicago Section of the American Mathematical Society, and Deeply appreciative of the friendship which, during many years, you have
Page 147 - the sum of the lengths of two sides of a triangle is always greater than the length of the third side.
Page 71 - treats the theoretical side in a form that is as simple as the authors could make it; the second part attacks the subject of the practical construction of some of the most important projections, the aim of the authors being to give such detailed directions as are necessary to present the matter in a clear and simple manner.
Page 133 - Show that the whole area commanded by a gun on a hillside is an ellipse whose focus is at the gun, whose eccentricity is the sine of the inclination of the hill to the horizon, and whose semilatus rectum is twice the greatest height to which the gun could send a ball.
Page 43 - during which he has served as chairman of the National Committee on Mathematical Requirements. Assistant Professor FM MORGAN has been granted leave of absence for the second semester of the current academic year.

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