| 1973 - 165 páginas
...developed to cope, and only cope, with the problems as they became apparent. Contrary to the popular **axiom that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** in this case, the whole will be greater than the sum of all its parts. The EPA, as outlined by President... | |
| Steven C. Rockefeller, Auriol Stevens, Steven Rockefeller - 1991 - 683 páginas
...apprehends them is a different faculty from the logical understanding, and works by different methods. **That the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** and that infinity is greater than the sum of all finite generalities, I know by intuitive reason. That... | |
| 1974
...Dirrctorale for Plans, Operaliom and Education EVERY SCHOOL KID who ever waded through fractions knows **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** In Army aviation, we sometimes forget this not-so-profound fact. Take the area of standardization,... | |
| Cameron M. Ford, Dennis A. Gioia - 1995 - 400 páginas
...either creative or stultifyingly conventional. The seeds of both exist everywhere. Euclid tells us **that "the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts."** What's true of mathematical principles is not, however, true of organizations. An organization is equal... | |
| Sons of the American Revolution - 1911
...General Thruston said: When I was preparing for college, one of the axioms I learned in mathematics was **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts;** but when I reached higher mathematics I had to unlearn some things which I had previously looked upon... | |
| 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... | |
| 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,... | |
| 1877
...should exert itself to accomplish something in this direction, since, as it is a geometrical proposition **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts,** so humane education includes all branches of the work, and if once that is universally attained, but... | |
| 1903
...like manner the fourth. One of the first steps in this work is to lead the child to grasp the idea **that the whole is equal to the sum of all its parts.** [NOTE. — The children are on no account to be required to express this idea in any formula. The idea... | |
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