## An Elementary Treatise on Algebra, Theoretical and Practical: With Attempts to Simplify Some of the More Difficult Parts of the Science, Particularly the Demonstration of the Binomial Theorem in Its Most General Form, [etc.] |

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arithmetical progression BINOMIAL THEOREM Clear the equation coefficients column completing the square compound interest consequently cube root cubic equation decimals denote difference Divide dividend division equa equal EXAMPLES expansion exponent extracting the root factors figure Find a number Find a value find the values Find three numbers Find two numbers gallons geometrical geometrical progression greatest common measure hence imaginary improper fraction infinite infinitum integer last term least common multiple logarithms method multiplied negative number of solutions number of terms obtained operation preceding PROBLEM proportion proposed equation quadratic QUADRATIC EQUATIONS QUESTION quotient rational recurring equation Reduce remainder represent Required the sum required to find result second equation second term simple equation square numbers square root substituting subtracting Suppose surd third tion transposing transposition trial divisor unknown quantity whence whole number

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