Any proof of a Proposition will be accepted which appears to the Examiners to form part of a systematic treatment of the subject... Calendar . . - Page 138by University of Tasmania - 1907Full view - About this book
| Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1902
...upon the scope and method of the subject in secondary schools. The notice reads as follows : — " **Questions will be set so as to bring out as far as...possible a knowledge of the principles of geometry,** a smaller proportion than heretofore consisting of propositions as enunciated in Euclid. Any solution... | |
| Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1903
...from the notice which had just been issued, attention was directed to the important statement that " **Questions will be set so as to bring out as far as...possible a knowledge of the principles of geometry,** a smaller proportion than heretofore consisting of propositions as enunciated in Euclid. Any solution... | |
| Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1902
...upon the scope and method of the subject in secondary schools. The notice reads as follows : — " **Questions will be set so as to bring out as far as...possible a knowledge of the principles of geometry,** a smaller proportion than heretofore consisting of propositions as enunciated in Euclid. Any solution... | |
| Education - 1902
...branches of natural science. An important notice relates to the examination in geometry. In future **questions will be set so as to bring out as far as possible a knowledge of** principles, a smaller proportion than heretofore consisting of propositions as enunciated in Euclid.... | |
| Education - 1903
...Responsions, and many others. The Oxford Local regulations for 1903 contain the following important notice : **Questions will be set so as to bring out as far as...possible a knowledge of the principles of geometry,** a smaller proportion than heretofore consisting of propositions as enunciated in Euclid. Any solution... | |
| 1903
...set square or of the protractor is forbidden. Figures should be drawn accurately with a hard pencil. **Any proof of a proposition will be accepted which appears to the** examine" to form part of a logical order of treatment of the subject. In the proof of theorems and... | |
| Education - 1905
...made to meet this possibility. The Oxford and Cambridge School Board give a note to the effect that " **any proof of a proposition will be accepted which appears to the examiners to form part of a** systematic treatment of the subject." The Cambridge Local Examination authorities substitute for systematic... | |
| Science - 1911
...insistence upon Euclid, and now Euclid's proofs and arrangement are no longer required by the universities. **"Any proof of a proposition will be accepted which appears to the examiners to form** a part of a logical order of treatment." THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. During the seventeenth century,... | |
| Great Britain. Board of Education - Teachers - 1905
...pencil. Questions may be set in which the use of the set square or of the protractor is forbidden. **Any proof of a Proposition will be accepted which appears to the** Examiner to form part of a logical order of treatment of the subject. In the proof of theorems and... | |
| ANZAAS. - Science - 1905
...order to teachers and students ; any proof of a proposition might, as the Cambridge programme states, **be accepted which appears to the examiners to form part of a** systematic treatment of the subject. Some have spoken of a preliminary course of geometrical drawing... | |
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