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By A. R. Forsyth

Vintage 19th-century paintings one of the best remedies of the subject. Differential equations of the 1st order, common linear equations with consistent coefficients, integration in sequence, hypergeometric sequence, answer by way of sure integrals, many different issues. Over 800 examples. Index.

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A9aϪ5 29. 112x 2y 4 2 A 12 x 5yB 31. 33. (c) 5 1Ϫ3 5 196 24. 175 ϩ 148 4 4 26. 148 Ϫ 13 x 12x 2 x 37. 39. 30. 16y 2 3 32. 3 b4 A 13b2 B 112bϪ8 2 16y 3 2 4 2y 28. 13y 2 2 14y 5 2 4 35. 1rs 2 3 12s 2 Ϫ2 14r 2 4 4 (c) 1Ϫ32 22. 1xy 2 2z 27–44 ■ Simplify the expression and eliminate any negative exponent(s). 9 4 (b) 116 (b) 3 3Ϫ2 (c) A 14 B Ϫ2 # 169 5 25. 196 ϩ 13 (c) 1Ϫ3 2 0 4 3 20. 2 x ϩ 14y ϩ 2z Simplify the expression. 5 Evaluate each expression. (b) 1Ϫ3 2 2 ■ 23. 132 ϩ 118 2x 5 15. (a) (b) 1Ϫ322 2/5 21.

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16y 2 3 32. 3 b4 A 13b2 B 112bϪ8 2 16y 3 2 4 2y 28. 13y 2 2 14y 5 2 4 35. 1rs 2 3 12s 2 Ϫ2 14r 2 4 4 (c) 1Ϫ32 22. 1xy 2 2z 27–44 ■ Simplify the expression and eliminate any negative exponent(s). 9 4 (b) 116 (b) 3 3Ϫ2 (c) A 14 B Ϫ2 # 169 5 25. 196 ϩ 13 (c) 1Ϫ3 2 0 4 3 20. 2 x ϩ 14y ϩ 2z Simplify the expression. 5 Evaluate each expression. (b) 1Ϫ3 2 2 ■ 23. 132 ϩ 118 2x 5 15. (a) (b) 1Ϫ322 2/5 21. 19x 2 2/3 ϩ 12y 2 2/3 ϩ z 2/3 1 14. (a) 164 4 4 (c) 1 241 54 17. (a) A 49 B Ϫ1/2 19. 2x 2 ϩ y 2 5 3 2 5 9.

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