Example sentences for "algebraical"

algaroba; algate; algates; algebra; algebraic; algebraically; algo; algodon; algorithm; algorithms

- He found the editing, writing, illustrating, publishing, and entire bringing-out of a small journal he founded far more agreeable to his taste than Latin verbs and algebraical problems.
- Every action, to me, could be proved as a proposition in Euclid or an
**algebraical**problem. - Half an hour had not elapsed before Barbicane, raising his head, showed Michel Ardan a page covered with
**algebraical**signs, in which the general formula for the solution was contained. - They are utterly perverted by the insane love of Problems, and by the foolish importance given to wholly useless parts of
**Algebraical**Geometry. - During a part of the time I employed myself in writing out a paper on the geometrical interpretation of the
**algebraical**expression sqrt(-1). - The effect produced by external light is superposed on this intrinsic light, and certain curious results of this
**algebraical**summation will be noticed later. - If the two faces are not molecularly similar, however, there will be a current, and the electrical effects to be subsequently described will act additively, in an
**algebraical**sense. - R' is the resultant by
**algebraical**summation. - If there has been a feeble initial current, this oscillatory after-current, by
**algebraical**summation, will cause the current in the circuit to be alternately weaker and stronger than the initial current. - The want of a good algorithm was doubtless a great impediment, but it was not quite so deficient as from reading modern histories of
**algebraical**discovery, without reference to the original writers, we might be led to suppose. - The following may be stated as the general problem of the
**algebraical**calculus: F being a certain function of a given number, to find what function F will be of any function of that number. - Algebra extends the generalization still farther: every number represents that particular number of all things without distinction, but every
**algebraical**symbol does more, it represents all numbers without distinction. - As soon as we conceive a thing divided into equal parts, without knowing into what number of parts, we may call it a or x, and apply to it, without danger of error, every
**algebraical**formula in the books. - The system of general language called
**algebraical**notation does this. - Since then
**algebraical**truths are true of all things whatever, and not, like those of geometry, true of lines only or of angles only, it is no wonder that the symbols should not excite in our minds ideas of any things in particular. - Hence the symbols can be separated from the functions on which the operations are performed, and treated as if they were
**algebraical**quantities. - Besides these general theorems of formulae, what remains in the
**algebraical**calculus is the resolution of equations. - At the same time, every thinking man must at least dimly have felt that this conception is void of all positive content, because, like an
**algebraical**symbol, it denotes a mere relation in abstracto. - Their integration is made to depend on the resolution of an algebraical equation.
- It includes the properties of numbers; extraction of roots of arithmetical and
**algebraical**quantities, solutions of simple and quadratic equations, and a fairly complete account of surds. - The first difficulty to be overcome was the
**algebraical**solution of cubic equations, the pons asinorum of the earlier mathematicians. - The ancients are in fact the true inventors of the present trigonometry, spherical as well as rectilinear; it being only much less perfect in their hands, on account of the extreme inferiority of their
**algebraical**knowledge. - We can only say that we shall have so many more resources in this matter as we shall know more of true analytical geometry, that is, as we shall know the
**algebraical**expression of a greater number of different**algebraical**phenomena. - Under the first point of view, the theory of negative quantities can be established in a complete manner by a single
**algebraical**consideration. - Since then
**algebraical**truths are true of all things whatever, and not, like those of geometry, true of lines only or angles only, it is no wonder that the symbols should not excite in our minds ideas of any things in particular. - To a missing member of a family group of terms in an
**algebraical**formula. - Diderot was informed that a learned mathematician was in possession of an
**algebraical**demonstration of the existence of God, and would give it him before all the Court, if he desired to hear it. - It is an algebra upon algebra; a calculus which enables us to combine and foretell the results of
**algebraical**operations, in the same way as algebra itself enables us to dispense with the performance of the special operations of arithmetic. - Mr. Dodgson then wrote to him, "taking leave of the subject, until he should be willing to enlarge his field of knowledge to the elements of
**Algebraical**Geometry. - To which is prefixed a summary of all the necessary
**algebraical**operations, arranged in order of difficulty. - This
**algebraical**reading of the Bible subdues all idea of contradiction to any science, geology for instance, chemistry or any other science, as well as of the apparent language of the book in letter to letter. - In 1873 Charles Hermite proved that the base [eta] of the Napierian logarithms cannot be a root of a rational
**algebraical**equation of any degree. - We have in the above an
**algebraical**summation of the effects of direct and indirect stimulations. - In such a case the effect of an external stimulus, say of light, is one of
**algebraical**summation. - It will be shown that the curvature of an organ is determined by the
**algebraical**summation of effects induced at the proximal and distal sides of the responding organ. - The effects of direct and indirect stimulus are independent of each other; the final effect is determined by their
**algebraical**summation. - The individual effects of direct and indirect stimulus are practically independent of each other; hence their joint effects exhibit
**algebraical**summation. - The phenomenon of
**algebraical**summation is demonstrated in a very striking and convincing manner in the following experiment, which I have been successful in devising. - If the periodicity of the autonomous movements coincides with the periodicity of the external stimulus, the resulting movement will be determined by
**algebraical**summation; it will be very pronounced when the two effects are concordant. - Euler that he could convert arithmetical addition into
**algebraical**multiplication, and in the paper referred to he gives the complete formal solution of the main problems of the partition of numbers.

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