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" From this transformation, the fecond, or any other intermediate term, may be taken away ; granting the refolution of equations. Since the coefficients of all the terms of the transformed equation, except the firft, involve the powers of e and known quantities... "
Elements of Algebra for the Use of Students in Universities: To which is ... - Page 189
by William Trail - 1796 - 311 pages
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An Essay on Mathematical Language: Or, An Introduction to the Mathematical ...

Giovanni Alberto Baselli - Mathematics - 1787 - 440 pages
...of equations. Since the coefficients of all the terms of the tranfformed equation, except the ift, involve the powers of e and known quantities only,...equal to o, and refolving that equation, a value of e mdy be determined ; which being fubftituted will make that term to vanifh. Thus, in this example* to...
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Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts ..., Volume 1

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1816
...co-efficients of all the terms of the tranfformed equation, except the firft, involve the powers cf ', and known quantities only, by putting the co-efficient of any term equal to o, and rcfolving that equation, a value of e may be determined, which being fubftituted, will make that term...
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The young man's best companion, and book of general knowledge

L. Murray - 1821
...coefficients of all the terms of the transformed equation except the first, involve the powers of t, and known quantities only, by putting the coefficient of any term equal to 0, and resolving that equation, a value of e may be determined, which will cause that term to disappear....
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