## American Edition of the British Encyclopedia: Or, Dictionary of Arts and Sciences ; Comprising an Accurate and Popular View of the Present Improved State of Human Knowledge, Volume 5 |

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Grey is obtained by suppressing the

produced beautiful blacks with a strong fire. This is more owing to the quality of

the biscuit, ...

Grey is obtained by suppressing the

**quantity**of copper and increasing the**quantity**of flux. The Sévres manufactory is the only one which has as yetproduced beautiful blacks with a strong fire. This is more owing to the quality of

the biscuit, ...

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... are opposite each other, when one bucket is rising, the other is going down; by

this means the power required to turn the machine by the handles is equalized,

and also the

... are opposite each other, when one bucket is rising, the other is going down; by

this means the power required to turn the machine by the handles is equalized,

and also the

**quantity**of water raised by the engine. - - Engines for raising water, ... Page

EQUAL, a term of relation between two or more things of the same magnitude,

parallel lines placed between them; thus, 4 + 2 = 6, that is, 4 added to 2 is equal

to ...

EQUAL, a term of relation between two or more things of the same magnitude,

**quantity**, or quality. ... The equality of two**quantities**, in algebra, is denoted by twoparallel lines placed between them; thus, 4 + 2 = 6, that is, 4 added to 2 is equal

to ...

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Any equation involving the powers of one unknown

the form 2n— p zo-1 + q z*-*, &c. = 0, here the whole expression is equal to

nothing, and the terms are arranged according to the dimensions of the unknown

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Any equation involving the powers of one unknown

**quantity**may be reduced tothe form 2n— p zo-1 + q z*-*, &c. = 0, here the whole expression is equal to

nothing, and the terms are arranged according to the dimensions of the unknown

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For by actually multiplying the factors together, we obtain a

dimensions similar to the proposed

corresponding terms in the two

coincide.

For by actually multiplying the factors together, we obtain a

**quantity**of ndimensions similar to the proposed

**quantity**zn-p ... that the coefficients of thecorresponding terms in the two

**quantities**become equal, the whole expressionscoincide.

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