| William Duncan - 1748 - 380 sider
...right-lined Figures, if we compare each of them with fome Square whofe Area is known, and find the one exa&Jy **equal to it, and the other lefs by a Square-Inch,...immediately conclude, that the Area of the firft Figure is a** Square- Inch greater than that of thefe-. cond. This manner of determining the Relation between any... | |
| Preceptor - 1758 - 590 sider
...Figures, if we compare each of them with fome Square whofe Area is known, and find the one exactly **equal to it, and the other lefs by a Square-Inch,...fecond. This Manner of determining the Relation between** aiy two Ideas, by the Intervention of fome third with which they may be compared, is that which we... | |
| William Duncan - 1759 - 384 sider
...them with fome Square whofe Area is known, and find the one exa&Iy equal to it, ahd the Other !efs **by a Square-Inch, we immediately conclude, that the Area of the firft Figure is a** Squire-Inch greater than that of the fecond. This manner of determining the Relation between any two... | |
| William Duncan - 1770 - 380 sider
...exa£tly equal to it, and the other lefs by a Square* Inch, we immediately conclude, that the Areaof **the firft Figure is a Square-Inch greater than that...determining the Relation between any two Ideas, by the** Invention of fome third with which they may be compared, is that which we call Reafening, and indeed... | |
| Colin Macfarquhar, George Gleig - 1797 - 422 sider
...fquare whofe arca is known, and find the one exaftly equal to it, and the other lefs by a fquare inch, **we immediately conclude that the area of , the firft figure is a** fquare inch greater than that of the fécond. This manner of determining the relation between any two... | |
| William Duncan - 1802 - 258 sider
...find the one exactly equal to it, and the other less by a square-inch greater than that of the second. **This manner of determining the relation between any two ideas, by the** invention of some third •with which they may be compared, is that which we call reasoning, and indeed... | |
| William Duncan - 1802 - 244 sider
...find the one exactly equal to it, and the other less by a square-inch greater than that of the second. **This manner of determining the relation between any two ideas, by the** invention of some third with which they may be compared, is that which we call reasoning, and indeed... | |
| Henry Kett - 1803 - 468 sider
...we fucceed, all difficulties vanifh, and the relation we are in fearch of may be traced with eafe. **This manner of determining the relation between any two ideas by the intervention of** a third, with which they may be compared, is what we call Reafoning, and is indeed the chief inftrument,... | |
| Henry Kett - 1805 - 340 sider
...if we succeed, all difficulties vanish and the relation we are in search of may be traced with ease. **This manner of determining the relation between any two ideas by the intervention of** a third, with which they may be compared, is what we call reasoning, and is indeed the chief instrument,... | |
| Henry Kett - 1805 - 340 sider
...if we succeed, all difficulties vanish and the relation we are in search of may be traced with ease. **This manner of determining the relation between any two ideas by the intervention of** a third, with which they may be compared, is what we call reasoning, and is indeed the chief instrument,... | |
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