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SIMPLE and QUADRATIC EQUATIONS,
DESIGNED AS AN
INTRODUCTION TO THE HIGHER BRANCHES
By MILES BLAND, B.D. F.R.S. & F.A.S.
RECTOR OF LILLEY, HERTS; AND LATE FELLOW AND TUTOR
OF ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
Printed by J. Smith, Printer to the University;
G. & W. B. WHITTAKER, LONDON.
The following pages contain a collection of Algebraical Problems designed solely to point out the various methods employed by Analysts in the Solution of Equations. They are arranged in the usual manner: 1. Simple Equations; 2. Pure Quadratics, and others which may be solved without completing the square; and 3. Adfected Quadratics. Utility being the sole object of this Publication, wherever a proper Example occurred, it has been taken without hesitation, or altered to suit the purpose. At the head of each Section are given the common Rules; and the whole concludes with a Collection of Problems without Solutions, for the Exercise of the Learner.