| Homer Bews Vanderblue - 1917 - 222 páginas
...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... | |
| Helen Thomas Follett, Wilson Follett - 1918 - 366 páginas
...us in great segments and slabs of actuality. Both writers stand as exponents of the artistic theorem **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts** ; Tono-Bungay and Marriage, Clayhanger and The Old Wives' Tale mean simply what they are. The worth... | |
| Walter Hines Page, Arthur Wilson Page - 1920
...thus to delude himself and others, for, as long as two and two make four and it continue to be true **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** it will remain perfectly plain that $1,500,000,000 can not be got out of the air, and that if it is... | |
| 1916
...plants we would expect in the case of belladonna to find, in accordance with the mathematical principle **that "the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts",** that the existing records of the action of atropin, plus the existing records of the action of hyoscyamin,... | |
| Arnon Wallace Welch - 1924 - 208 páginas
...necessary divisions of labor and specialized activities with common democratic ideals, and realize **that "the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,"** we shall see that real progress of the whole nation requires the symmetrical development of all its... | |
| 1916
...us in great segments and slabs of actuality. Both writers stand as exponents of the artistic theorem **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts;** TonoBungay and Marriage, Clayhanger and The Old Wives' Tale mean simply what they are. The worth is... | |
| John Telford, Benjamin Aquila Barber - 1859
...unlimited, while language needed limitation. The fundamental truth of Arithmetic then comes into use, — **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** On this simple basis all systems of numeration are established; and as soon as it is perceived, it... | |
| United States. Congress. House. Committee on Public Works - 1951 - 184 páginas
...it will work on a big river watershed." My answer is this : Anyone who knows simple arithmetic knows **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** If flood conditions are prevented on all the tributaries of the river, where on earth could the water... | |
| United States. Congress. House. Committee on Agriculture - 1952 - 561 páginas
...will work on a big river watershed." My answer is this : Any one who knows simple arithmetic knows **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** If flood conditions are prevented on all the tributaries of the river, where on earth could the water... | |
| United States. Department of the Treasury - 1925
...think there can be little doubt. The whole article is that article in its entirety. We early learned **that "the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,"** the corollary of which necessarily is that the whole diminished by some of its parts is not the whole.... | |
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