Remarks on Elementary Education in Science: An Introductory Lecture, Delivered at the Opening of the Classes of Mathematics, Physics, and Chemistry, in the University of London, November 2, 1830
J. Taylor, 1830 - 25 pàgines
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Remarks on Elementary Education in Science: An Introductory Lecture ...
Augustus De Morgan
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Pàgina 7 - ... artisan who raises large weights, practically knows the properties of the mechanical powers; — that he who manufactures chemical compounds is virtually acquainted with the laws of chemical combination. To this we reply, that it might on the same grounds be asserted, that he who acts upon the principle that two sides of a triangle are greater than the third...