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REV. C: A. MARCON, M.A. (ORIEL COLLEGE)
MATHEMATICS, GRAMMAR, LATIN PROSE
AND UNPREPARED TRANSLATION
AT THE CLARENDON PRESS
N.B.—Those using the book are recommended before
THE following is the notice issued by the Board of Studies for Responsions with respect to the Examinations in Stated Subjects in the year Oct. 10, 1906, to Oct. 9, 1907.
(1) Arithmetic: the whole.
(2) Either Algebra : Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division, Greatest Common Measure, Least Common Multiple, Fractions, Extraction of Square Root, Simple Equations containing one or two unknown quantities and problems producing such Equations. Or Geometry: Elementary questions, including propositions enunciated by Euclid and easy deductions therefrom, will be set on the subject-matter contained in the following portions of Euclid's Elements, viz.: Book I, the whole, excluding propositions 7, 16, 17, 21 ; Book II, the whole, excluding proposition 8; Book III, the whole, excluding propositions 2, 4-10, 13, 23, 24, 26-9. Any method of proof will be accepted which shows clearness and accuracy in geometrical reason. ing. So far as possible candidates should aim at making the proof of any proposition complete in itself. In the case of propositions 1-7, 9, 10, of Book II, algebraical proofs will be allowed.
(3) Greek and Latin Grammar.
(5) Either Unprepared translation from Greek and Latin ; or Unprepared translation from one of these languages, and a book in the other; or one Greek and one Latin book chosen from the following list :
DEMOSTHENES: De Corona.