| James Edmund Garretson - Dentistry, Operative - 1884 - 1037 pages
...Another means is found in a mixture of iodoform, yellow cinchona bark, and chalk powders ; one part **of the first, two of the second, and three of the third** ; this, like the former, is used as a daily dressing until absolute cleanliness is secured. Still another... | |
| Branislav Kisačanin, Gyan C. Agarwal - Technology & Engineering - 2001 - 381 pages
...Gaussian elimination and rules to transform matrices. Example B.4.1 There are three tgpes of corn. **Three bundles of the first, two of the second, and...second and three of the third make 26 measures. How** manp measures of corn are contained in one bundle of each tgpe? In our modern notation we would write... | |
| Algebras, Linear - 2001 - 87 pages
...nc .). reads as follows: There are three classes of corn, of which three bundles of the first class, **two of the second, and one of the third make 39 measures....of the third make 26 measures. How many measures of** grain are contained in one bundle of each class? The system of equations here is 3.v + 2.r + : = 39... | |
| T.S. Blyth, E.F. Robertson - Mathematics - 2002 - 232 pages
...problem is considered: There are three types of corn, of which three bundles of the first, two bundles **of the second, and one of the third make 39 measures....of corn are contained in one bundle of each type!** In considering this problem the author, writing in 200BC, does something that is quite remarkable.... | |
| Peter Comninos - Computers - 2010 - 548 pages
...Dynasty. In this text the following problem, which is similar to the Babylonian problem, was formulated. **There are three types of corn, of which three bundles...of corn are contained in one bundle of each type?** Today we would represent this problem by the following system of linear simultaneous equations: 3 •... | |
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