## Responsions Papers in Stated Subjects (exclusive of Books), 1901-1906: With Answers to Mathematical Questions and Introduction |

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... the inference that the standard has been raised cannot be drawn , without

knowing how much weight the examiners have attached to the harder questions .

Experienced examiners will always make allowances for any paper which

out ...

... the inference that the standard has been raised cannot be drawn , without

knowing how much weight the examiners have attached to the harder questions .

Experienced examiners will always make allowances for any paper which

**turns**out ...

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... we often escape the necessity of doing so at all . Similarly it is not necessary to

reduce all sums of money to farthings , nor all mixed fractions to improper

fractions ; and the practice of

most ...

... we often escape the necessity of doing so at all . Similarly it is not necessary to

reduce all sums of money to farthings , nor all mixed fractions to improper

fractions ; and the practice of

**turning**decimals habitually into vulgar fractions ismost ...

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...

process being by far the hardest . Those who are reading Caesar will be in no

lack of examples for practice . The working of papers in grammar must not be

regarded ...

...

**turning**from Oratio Recta into Oratio Obliqua , and vice versa , the secondprocess being by far the hardest . Those who are reading Caesar will be in no

lack of examples for practice . The working of papers in grammar must not be

regarded ...

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Darius feared lest it was by common consent that the deed had been done ; he

therefore sent for them all in

approved what Intaphernes had done . When he had heard their answers , he

laid ...

Darius feared lest it was by common consent that the deed had been done ; he

therefore sent for them all in

**turn**, because he wished to ascertain whether theyapproved what Intaphernes had done . When he had heard their answers , he

laid ...

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But he considered again that he had no armour for his back , and therefore

thought that to

pierce him with his darts : therefore he resolved to venture and stand his ground ;

for ...

But he considered again that he had no armour for his back , and therefore

thought that to

**turn**the back to him might give him greater advantage with ease topierce him with his darts : therefore he resolved to venture and stand his ground ;

for ...

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active ages angle base bisected Book cent centre circle contains cost decimal described difference Divide draw drawn English equal examination Express feet field Find the square Find the value fixed four fraction gain Give given Greek half HILARY TERM income indic interest invested Join king Latin locus meaning meet MICHAELMAS TERM middle point miles minutes Multiply Oratio pass perf pers person plur plural present produce propositions Prove quae quam receive Reduce respectively SEPTEMBER share shillings Show sides Simplify sing singular Solve the equations square root straight line subjunctive taken tangents Translate triangle TRINITY TERM Turn twice whole wide yards γάρ δε και μεν ου προς τε

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Page 89 - Quis deus hanc mundi temperet arte domum, Qua venit exoriens, qua deficit, unde coactis Cornibus in plenum menstrua luna redit...

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Page 73 - Find the locus of a point which moves so that the sum of its distances from two vertices of an equilateral triangle shall equal its distance from the third. 144. Find the locus of a point which moves so that the sum of the squares of the distances from two given points is fixed.

Page 99 - ... invidiamque eam sua sponte gliscentem insignis unius calamitas accendit. Magno natu quidam cum omnium malorum suorum insignibus se in forum proiecit. Obsita erat squalore vestis, foedior corporis Habitus pallore ac macie perempti; ad hoc promissa barba et capilli efferaverant speciem oris.

Page 81 - Christian was hard put to it ; for he had gone but a little way before he espied a foul fiend coming over the field to meet him ; his name is Apollyon. Then did Christian begin to be afraid, and to cast in his mind whether to go back or to stand his ground. But he considered again, that he had no armour for his back, and therefore thought that to turn the back to him might give him greater advantage with ease to pierce him with his darts; therefore he resolved to venture, and stand his ground. For,...

Page 102 - Phoebe, pigebit formosae medicas applicuisse manus. 5 effice ne macies pallentes occupet artus, neu notet informis candida membra color, et quodcumque mali est et quidquid triste timemus, in pelagus rapidis evehat amnis aquis.

Page 89 - Eurus, et in nubes unde perennis aqua ; sit ventura dies mundi quae subruat arces, purpureus pluvias cur bibit arcus aquas, aut cur Perrhaebi tremuere cacumina Pindi, soils et atratis luxerit orbis equis, cur serus versare boves et plaustra Bootes, Pleiadum spisso cur coit igne chorus, curve suos fines altum non exeat aequor, plenus et in partes quattuor annus eat ; sub terris sint iura deum et tormenta...

Page 99 - ... sabino bello ait se militantem, quia propter populationes agri non fructu modo caruerit, sed villa incensa fuerit, direpta omnia, pecora abacta, tributum iniquo suo tempore imperatum, aes alienum fecisse. Id, cumulatum usuris, primo se agro paterno avitoque exuisse, deinde fortunis aliis, postremo velut tabem pervenisse ad corpus; ductum se ab creditore non in servitium, sed in ergastulum et carnificinam esse.

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