A number of persons purchased a field for £345. The youngest contributed a certain sum, the next £5 more, the third £5 more than the second, and so on to the oldest. For the greater accommodation of the seniors, the field was divided into two parts,... Solutions of the Cambridge Problems: From 1800 to 1820 - Side 654av John Martin Frederick Wright - 1825Uten tilgangsbegrensning - Om denne boken
| Miles Bland - 1821 - 438 sider
...original strength. Required the number of gallons of pure spirit drawn off each time. Ans. 12, 8, 3$. 20. **A number of persons purchased a field for £345. The...and in order that each might have an equal share in** this portion, they agreed to equalize their contributions, and each to pay ,£22. Required the number... | |
| Miles Bland - 1824 - 383 sider
...original strength. Required the number of gallons of pure spirit drawn off each time. Ans. 12, 8, 3i 20. **A number of persons purchased a field for ¿£.345....and in order that each might have an equal share in** this portion, they agreed to equalize their contributions, and each to pay -£.22. Required the number... | |
| 1834 - 165 sider
...provisions are exhausted. Answer 6 days; 26 men. 78. A number of persons purchased a field for 4?345. **The youngest contributed a certain sum, the next £5...and in order that each might have an equal share in** this portion, they agreed to equalize their contributions, and each to pay £22. Required the number... | |
| John D. Williams - 1840 - 605 sider
...purchased a field for $345. The youngest contributed a certain sum, the next $5 more, the third $5 **more than the second, and so on to the oldest. For...and in order that each might have an equal share in** this portion, they agreed to equalize their contributions, and each to pay $22. Required the number... | |
| James Wharton - 1848
...than the hind-wheel in the same space : required the circumference of each. Ans. 4 and 5 yards. (105.) **A number of persons purchased a field for £345. The...and in order that each might have an equal share in** this portion, they agreed to equalise their contributions, and each to pay £22. Required the number... | |
| Miles Bland - 1849 - 461 sider
...original strength. Required the number of gallons of pure spirit drawn off each time. Ans. 12, 8, 3¿. 20. **A number of persons purchased a field for £345. The...contributed a certain sum, the next £5 more, the third** ¿Ê5 more than the second, and so on to the oldest. For the greater accommodation of the seniors,... | |
| Cambridge univ, St. John's coll - 1852
...would have been 100 fewer than before. Determine the no. of men of which the army consisted. 6. A no. **of persons purchased a field for £345. The youngest...and in order that each might have an equal share in** this portion, they agreed to equalize their contributions, and each to pay £22. Required the no. of... | |
| James Wharton - 1860
...only 4 revolutions more than the hind-wheel in the same space. Required the circumference of each. **the second, and so on to the oldest. For the greater...and in order that each might have an equal share in** this portion, they agreed to equalise their contributions, and each to pay '¿21. Required the number... | |
| Philip Kelland - 1860
...The men are supposed to have died in the evening of each day, after having consumed their rations. 3. **A number of persons purchased a field for £345. The...the third £5 more than the second, and so on to the** eldest. The field was divided into two parts, the younger half taking a portion proportional to the... | |
| James Wharton - 1864 - 168 sider
...only 4 revolutions more than the hind-wheel in the same space. Required the circumference of each. **the second, and so on to the oldest. For the greater...younger half taking a portion proportional to the** вит they had subscribed : and in order that each might have an equal share in this portion, they... | |
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