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Hence it is evident, that if either of the Roots be found, the other may be easily had without Divisions.
If the Contents of this Section be well understood, it will be easy to give a Numerical Solution to any Quadracick Equation, that happens to arise in resolving of Questions, &c. And as for giving a Geometrical Conftruction of them, I think it not proper in this place; because I here suppose the Learner wholly igno. rant of the first Principles of Geometry, therefore I shall refer that Work to the next Part.
of analvis, or the Method of resolving Problenis exem.
piified by Variety of Numerical Duestions.
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Lettors, to represent the fame Data in all Questions. Mis If a sepresent any Numbers
for other Quantity, 112. And e represent a less Number
sate=s thair Sum.
ae=p their Product. Then let
a their Quotient.