And since kg = kb, and bc = cd = de, aamp;c. by the question, it will manifestly be kc ~ kf, and kjagt; ~ ke, therefore (by Simpsona#39;s, Math. Essays, jj. 117) kbXkcxkd, aamp;c. =: a ^+kh6 ... The same answered by Mr. Lynn. Let adb represent the hyperboloid ; h, anbsp;...

Title | : | The mathematical questions, proposed in the Ladies' diary, and their original answers |

Author | : | Thomas Leybourn |

Publisher | : | - 1817 |

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