LXXV-LXXVI are intended to revise and give further illustrations of ideas about the nature of functions of a single variable which have already been acquired in Part I. The essentials of the ideas connoted by the terms " indeterminate value " and " singular... The Teaching of Algebra (including Trigonometry) - 384. lappuseautors: Sir Thomas Percy Nunn - 1914 - 616 lapasPilnskats - Par šo grāmatu
| Sir Thomas Percy Nunn, Thomas Percy Nunn - 1914 - 616 lapas
...nature of functions of a single variable which have already been acquired in Part I. The essentials **of the ideas connoted by the terms " indeterminate...to the paradoxes of Zeno. (See Ex. LXXII, No. 4.)** * Russell, op. cit., p. 353. The author's acquaintance with the subject is derived chiefly from Mr.... | |
| Walter Rosenhain - 1914 - 368 lapas
...together and the correlation of all these properties has been undertaken and that these things have begun **to be studied not so much for their own sake as for the light** which they could throw upon the nature, structure and constitution of metals. It is this manner of... | |
| Sir Thomas Percy Nunn - 1919 - 616 lapas
...nature of functions of a single variable which have already been acquired in Part I. The essentials **of the ideas connoted by the terms " indeterminate...tri1 Russell, Prin. of Math., p. 347. The reference** ia to the paradoxes of Zeno. (See Ex. LXXII, No. 4.) dimensional coordinate geometry in the proper... | |
| Bernard Haykel - 2003 - 265 lapas
...he does stress that other disciplines, such as dogmatic theology (kalam) and even poetry, must also **be studied, not so much for their own sake as for the** mujtahiil\ ability to defend himself against attacks from exponents of these disciplines. ShawkanT.... | |
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