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Integrate dx , dQ xj(ba*-a)' (sin. 6>)4 cos. 0* dx dx 12. Find the equation of the curve which is the locus of the extremities of the perpendiculars from the centre upon the tangents of the equilateral hyperbola, and determine the position of its tangents...
Alma Mater, Or, Seven Years at the University of Cambridge - Sivu 89
tekijä(t) John Martin Frederick Wright - 1827
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## New series of The mathematical repository, Nide 4

Thomas Leybourn - 1819
...perimeter. 11. Integrate . . dx (sin o/oV from * = °« to = adx* dx __ 'dy __ » — Ч + • (i -Л 12. Find the equation of the curve which is the locus...the points where it cuts the axis. 13. Given log 510 = 2.70757018 log 511 = 2.70842090 log 513 = 2.71011737 log ¿14 = 2.71096312 to find the logarithm...

## New Series of The Mathematical Repository, Nide 4

Thomas Leybourn - 1819
...that their sum and sum of their squares may buth be square numbers. VI. QUESTION 376, by Mr. CUMLIFFI. Find the equation of the curve which is the locus of the intersection of the diagonals of a trapezium whose sides are given in length, and one of the sides...

## Cambridge Problems: Being a Collection of the Printed Questions Proposed to ...

1821 - 425 sivua
...figures, the square has the least perimeter. 11. Integrate dx , dQ xj(ba*-a)' (sin. 6>)4 cos. 0* dx dx 12. Find the equation of the curve which is the locus...points where it cuts the axis. 13. Given log. 510 = 2.70757018 log. 511 = 2.70842090 log. 513 = 2.71011737 log. 514 = 2.7109631-J to find the logarithm...

## Alma mater; or, Seven years at the University of Cambridge. By a Trinity-man ...

John Martin F. Wright - 1827
...equal quadrilateral figures, the square as the least perimeter. 11. Integrate dx , dQ a sin 04 cos 0' = 12. Find the equation of the curve which is the locus...cuts the axis. 13. Given log. 510 = 270757018 log. 511=2-70842090 log. 513 = 2-71011737 log. 514 = 2-71096312 to find the logarithm of 51*, by the •oboe...

## Mathematical problems and examples, arranged according to subjects, from the ...

1836
...semicircle whose diameter is AB, join AQ and in AQ produced, take AP a mean proportional between AB and AQ ; find the equation of the curve which is the locus of the point P ; its area ; the content of the solid generated by its revolution, and the radius of curvature...