| Mathematics - 1801
...28. t ; 28. A gentleman has a bowling green 300 feet long Smd.'200 feet broad, which he would raise **one foot higher by means of the earth to be dug out of a ditch,** that goes round it : to what depth must the ditch bj dug, supposing its breadth to be every where 3... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1807
...QUEST. 48. A gentleman has a howling green, 300 feet long, and 200 feet broad, which he would raise 1 **foot higher, by means of the earth to be dug out of a ditch** that goes round it : to what depth must the ditch be dug, supposing its breadth to be every where 8... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1811
...QUEST. 48. A gentleman has a bowling green, 300 feet long, and 200 feet broad, which he would raise 1 **foot higher, by means of the earth to be dug out of a ditch** that goes round it : to what depth must the ditch be dug, supposing its breadth to be every where 8... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1822
...QUEST. 48. A gentleman has a bowling green, ?00 feet long, and 208 feet broad, which he would raise 1 **foot higher. by means of the earth to be dug out of a ditch** that poes round it : to wh;it depth must the ditth be dug, supposing it« breadth to be every where... | |
| Anthony Nesbit - Measurement - 1824 - 434 pages
...A gentleman has a bowling-green, 500 feet in length, and 300 feet in breadth, which he would raise **one foot higher, by means of the earth to be dug out of a ditch** with which he intends to surround it ; what will be the depth of the ditch, if its breadth be every... | |
| Peter Nicholson - Mathematics - 1825 - 372 pages
...797 yards, or near 56 miles. 36. A bowling-green, 300 feet long, and 200 feet broad, is to be raised **one foot higher, by means of the earth to be dug out of a ditch** that goes round it ; to what depth must the ditch be dug, supposing its breadth to be every where 8... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1825
...QUEST. 48. A gentleman has a bowling green, 300 feet long, and 200 feet broad, which he would raise 1 **foot higher, by means of the earth to be dug out of a** ditcli dial goes round it : to what depth must the ditch be dug, supposing its breadth to be every... | |
| John Bonnycastle - Geometry - 1829 - 252 pages
...miles. 37. A gentleman has a bowling; green, 300 feet long, and 200 feet broad, which he would raise **one foot higher by means of the earth to be dug out of a ditch** that goes round it ; to what depth must the ditch be dug, supposing its breadth to be every where 8... | |
| Nathan Scholfield - 1845
...2.528. Ex. 26. A gentleman has a bowling-green 300 feet long, and 200 feet broad, which he would raise **one foot higher, by means of the earth to be dug out of a ditch** that goes round it ; to what depth must the ditch be dug, supposing its breadth to be every where 8... | |
| James Wharton - 1847
...2-528. 43. A gentleman has a bowling-green, 300 feet long, and 200 feet broad, which he would raise **one foot higher, by means of the earth to be dug out of a ditch** that goes round it: to what depth must the ditch be dug, supposing its breadth to be everywhere 8 feet... | |
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