| William Weeks Morrill - 1897
...continuous and connected operation of the whole. This is no denial of the mathematical proposition **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts;** because there is a value created by and resulting from the combined operation of all its parts as one... | |
| Texas. Tax Commission - 1899 - 403 páginas
...continuous and connected operation of the whole. There is no denial of the mathematical proposition **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** because there is a value created by and resulting from the combined operation of all its parts as one... | |
| m. a. mcginnis - 1899
...true. They may be said to be inherent principles of a sound mind : for he who denies or cannot conceive **that " the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,"** is not of sound mind. 30. A Postulate is the simple statement that a thing can be done ; and like the... | |
| Edward Elihu Whitfield - 1900 - 304 páginas
...all merchants, bankers, and companies make use of the more scientific system,1 which is based on the **axiom that 'the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.'** § 1 1 7. Double-entry, as now practised, is said to have been first used by the Italian traders in... | |
| 1901
...possess the necessary knowledge of the principle of proper account keeping, which, grounded on its **axiom that ' the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,'** contents itself with nothing less than perfect equilibrium between the total of the debtor and creditor... | |
| United States. Supreme Court - 1901
...continuous and connected operation of the whole. This is no denial of the mathematical proposition **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts;** because there is a value created by and resulting from the combined operation of all its parts as one... | |
| Middlesex Alfred Bailey - 1902 - 297 páginas
...71. (b + a)3 - (6 - a)3 + (62 + a2)(62 - a2) - c2. 3 ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION DEVELOPMENT The fact **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts** may be illustrated : 9a=5a + 4a By the omission of each term in succession, three problems arise :... | |
| American Institute of Homeopathy - 1902
...science of life and practice the art of medicine. CW SIGBIST, MD : There is a proposition in geometry **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** Dr. Buck has not covered all these parts. A part of the whole is the vital forces, and a part of the... | |
| William George Langworthy Taylor - 1904 - 77 páginas
...competition and that "other things are equal" (ie, unvaried) lend themselves to the physical conceptions **that "the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,"** and even in emergency, that a change in one side of an equation must be accompanied by a change in... | |
| 1913
...due to inaccuracy in the statement of correct ideas. A> an instance, we may cite the common statement **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** On the other hand, most students would probably readily agree that each of the numbers 1. 2, 3, 4,... | |
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