| Daniel Barnard Hagar - 1874 - 130 páginas
...subtraction, obtained by adding the subtrahend and difference, depends upon the self-evident truth **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** Article 58. 2. 131. 3. 222. 4. 44. 5. 3110 dollars. 6. 52 years. 8. 2115. 9. 20201. Article 59. 2.... | |
| James Bates Thomson - 1875 - 384 páginas
...prove subtraction 1 Note. Upon what does this proof depend ? NOTES. — i. This proof depends upon the **Axiom, that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** 2. As soon as the class understand the rule, they should learn to omit all words but the results. Thus,... | |
| REV. JOHN B. ROBINSON, A.M., - 1875
...asserted that even axioms are true. Without GOD we cannot affirm two multiplied by two equal four, nor **that "the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts."** Banish GOD and nature is a lie, mind is banished, law is banished, and all axioms, and all truth ;... | |
| John Bunyan Robinson - 1875 - 268 páginas
...asserted that even axioms are true. Without GOD we cannot affirm two multiplied by two equal four, nor **that " the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts."** Banish GOD and nature is a lie, mind is banished, law is banished, and all axioms, and all truth ;... | |
| Henry Grattan Guinness - 1878 - 615 páginas
...sphere, not only individual men and women, but societies generally, and even the whole human race. The **axiom that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** is universally true, whatever the whole may be; and there is really no reason for despairing that we... | |
| Henry Grattan Guinness - 1879 - 695 páginas
...sphere, not only individual men and women, but societies generally, and even the whole human race. The **axiom that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** is universally true, whatever the whole may be; and there is really no reason for despairing that we... | |
| James Thomson - 1880
...Ryle, The rule for performing addition depends on the nature of notation, and on the obvious principle, **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** By placing units under units, tens under tens, &c., we are enabled the more easily to add together... | |
| Samue Harris (D.D.) - 1892 - 577 páginas
...no notice is taken in the formal thought which forms its totals by counting and rests on the maxim **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** This is a maxim of arithmetic which deals only with number, but not of science which deals with concrete... | |
| 1920
...the tree of science is limited in time or space or components, but remembering always the old maxim **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts** and greater than any of its parts. Out of the world dismemberment has come opportunity for cooperative... | |
| 1884
...for the Italian method, as adopted by modern practice, " that it grounds itself upon the scientific **axiom that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts** ; that it is satisfied with nothing less than a perfect equilibrium between the total amount of all... | |
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