| ...imagination over its hard lines, and speaking of " geometry, algebra, and the theory of numbers melting **in a surprising manner into one another, like sunset...colours of the dying dolphin, the last still loveliest** ! " He thought, however, that mathematics might be taught with more life and animation — by shorter... | |
| Sir Norman Lockyer - 1870
...of observation to the process of mathematical discovery.* Were it not unbecoming to dilate on one's **personal experience, I could tell a story of almost...the Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society),** f which would very strikingly illustrate how much observation, divination, induction, experimental... | |
| 1870
...of observation to the progress of mathematical discovery.* Were it not unbecoming to dilate on one's **personal experience, I could tell a story of almost...appeared in the Proceedings of the London Mathematical** Societyt), which would very strikingly illustrate how much observation, divination, induction, experimental... | |
| James Joseph Sylvester - 1870 - 152 Seiten
...of observation to the progress of mathematical discovery.* Were it not unbecoming to dilate on one's **personal experience, I could tell a story of almost...appeared in the Proceedings of the London Mathematical** Societyt), which would very strikingly illustrate how much observation, divination, induction, experimental... | |
| James Joseph Sylvester - 1870 - 152 Seiten
...of observation to the progress of mathematical discovery.* Were it not unbecoming to dilate on one's **personal experience, I could tell a story of almost...appeared in the Proceedings of the London Mathematical** Societyt), which would very strikingly illustrate how much observation, divination, induction, experimental... | |
| Sir Norman Lockyer - 1870
...of observation to the process of mathematical discovery.* Were it not unbecoming to dilate on one's **personal experience, I could tell a story of almost...appeared in the Proceedings of the London Mathematical** Society),f which would very strikingly illustrate how much observation, divination, induction, experimental... | |
| 1870
...of observation to the process of mathematical discovery *. Were it not unbecoming to dilate on one's **personal experience, I could tell a story of almost...Algebra, and the Theory of Numbers melt in a surprising** bookworm in an unrnmpled page : but what if the page should bo undergoing a process of gradual bonding... | |
| 1870
...of observation to the process of mathematical discovery*. Were it not unbecoming to dilate on one's **personal experience, I could tell a story of almost...Algebra, and the Theory of Numbers melt in a surprising** bookworm in an unritmpled page: but what if (lie page should be undergoing a process of gradual bending... | |
| 1878
...Association at Exeter, nine years ago, was no less amusing than learned. ' I could tell a story," he said, ' **of almost romantic interest about my own latest researches...the dying dolphin, " the last still loveliest." ' A** note to the same address reads like an exciting passage in a novel— 'I discovered and developed the... | |
| 1908
...of observation to the process of mathematical discovery*. Were it not unbecoming to dilate on one's **personal experience, I could tell a story of almost romantic interest about my** * Newton's Rule was to all appearance, and according to the more received opinion, obtained inductively... | |
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