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

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... avoid making bad grammatical mistakes . The vocabulary is likely to prove the

great difficulty . To

passages without the help of a dictionary . Nothing strengthens the memory so

much .

... avoid making bad grammatical mistakes . The vocabulary is likely to prove the

great difficulty . To

**gain**facility it is absolutely necessary to translate severalpassages without the help of a dictionary . Nothing strengthens the memory so

much .

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If the parsing of words detached from their contexts should prove a difficulty , it is

best to

which is being read . Sentences for translation into Greek are not set so much as

...

If the parsing of words detached from their contexts should prove a difficulty , it is

best to

**gain**practice by parsing some of the words occurring in the Greek bookwhich is being read . Sentences for translation into Greek are not set so much as

...

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Every passage should be read over two or three times to

before pen is put to paper . Then such words and sentences as remain unknown

must be guessed at , or rather inferred from the context . Even if some of the ...

Every passage should be read over two or three times to

**gain**the general sense ,before pen is put to paper . Then such words and sentences as remain unknown

must be guessed at , or rather inferred from the context . Even if some of the ...

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168 . per cwt . and sold at 71d . per lb . , what is the

the cost of insuring a cargo valued at £8500 at 124 per cent . 9 . Find the rate per

cent . at which £525 will produce £183 . 158 . in 7 years at simple interest . 10 .

168 . per cwt . and sold at 71d . per lb . , what is the

**gain**per cent . ? 8 . Ascertainthe cost of insuring a cargo valued at £8500 at 124 per cent . 9 . Find the rate per

cent . at which £525 will produce £183 . 158 . in 7 years at simple interest . 10 .

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By selling goods at £240 a merchant

have gained per cent . if he had sold them for £216 ? 6 . Find the rent of 540

acres 2 roods 25 poles at £1 . 168 . 8d . per acre . 7 . ( 1 ) Divide the product of

999999 ...

By selling goods at £240 a merchant

**gains**25 per cent . : how much would hehave gained per cent . if he had sold them for £216 ? 6 . Find the rent of 540

acres 2 roods 25 poles at £1 . 168 . 8d . per acre . 7 . ( 1 ) Divide the product of

999999 ...

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