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説明Identifier: youngalgebraists00fennTitle: The young algebraist's companion : or, A new and easy guide to algebra; introduced by the doctrine of vulgar fractions: designed for the use of schools ... illustrated with variety of numerical and literal examples, and attempted in natural and familar dialogues ..Year: 1751 (1750s)Authors: Fenning, Daniel John Adams Library (Boston Public Library) BRL Adams, John, 1735-1826, former ownerSubjects: Algebra FractionsPublisher: London : Printed for G. Keith ..., and J. Robinson ...Contributing Library: John Adams Library at the Boston Public LibraryDigitizing Sponsor: Sloan FoundationView Book Page: Book ViewerAbout This Book: Catalog EntryView All Images: All Images From BookClick here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book.Text Appearing Before Image:INTRODUCTION- CHAP. I.DIALOGUE I. Between Philomathes and Tyrunculus. 7yr. Sey-vant.Tyr. [at Philomathes V Dcor knocks.)Text Appearing After Image:Tyr. R A Y is Philomathes within ?Serv. Yes, Sir.Tyr, Has he Company ?Serv. No, Sir : Pieafe to walk intothe Parlour, my Mafter is quitealone.{within) I choofe rather you would let him know I am here. Serv, {to Philomathes) Sir, heres a Gen-tleman defires to fpcak witli you, if you be atLeifure, Phi, Who is it, Pfapho ? Serv. I have feen t\\Q Gemkman before. Sir, butI forget his Name. Phi, n (comci.) B Tsr: z Introduction. Tyr. Dear Philomathes^ I am your humble Servant.Phi. Tyrunculiis., I am yours, and am heartily gladto fee you. — Come, Sir, pray walk this Way, Ibeg of you. T)r. — Sir Phi. Pleafeto fit here, Sir, foryoufeem to be cold.Tyr, Sir, I thank you j I am a little cold, I con-fefs. Phi. Give me Leave, Tyruncuhis^ to repeat oncemore, that I am proud to fee you; and I hope, afterthe many Promifes you have made, you are nowcome on Purpofe to fpend an Hour or two with me.T)r. Indeed, Philomathes^ I came with that De-iign, if it be convenient; if not, I beg I may waitupon yoNote About ImagesPlease note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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