The work was repugnant to me, chiefly from my not being able to see any meaning in the early steps in algebra. This impatience was very foolish, and in after years I have deeply regretted that I did not proceed far enough at least to understand something... MacMillan's Magazine - Pagina 247geredigeerd door - 1888Volledige weergave - Over dit boek
| Charles Darwin - 1887 - 418 pagina’s
...and even went during the summer of 1828 with a private tutor (a very dull man) to Barmouth, but I got **on very slowly. The work was repugnant to me, chiefly...far enough at least to understand something of the** great leading principles of mathematics, for men thus endowed seem to have an extra sense. But I do... | |
| Francis Darwin - 1887
...and even went during the summer of 1828 with a private tutor (a very dull man) to Barmouth, but I got **on very slowly. The work was repugnant to me, chiefly...far enough at least to understand something of the** great leading principles of mathematics, for men thus endowed seem to have an extra sense. But I do... | |
| Charles Darwin - 1887
...and even went during the summer of 1828 with a private tutor (a very dull man) to Barmouth, but I got **on very slowly. The work was repugnant to me, chiefly...far enough at least to understand something of the** great leading principles of mathematics, for meri thus endowed seem to have an extra sense. But I do... | |
| William Parker Cutler - 1888 - 1019 pagina’s
...and even went during the summer of 1828 with a private tutor (a very dull man) to Barmouth, but I got **on very slowly. The work was repugnant to me, chiefly...far enough at least to understand something of the** great leading principles of mathematics, for men thus endowed seem to have an extra sense. But I do... | |
| 1888
...even went, during the summer of 1828, with a private tutor (a very dull man) to Barmouth, but I got **on very slowly. The work was repugnant to me, chiefly...far enough at least to understand something of the** great leading principles of mathematics, for men thus endowed seem to have an extra sense. ... In order... | |
| Charles Darwin - 1892 - 348 pagina’s
...sec any meaning in the early steps in algebra. This impatience was very foolish, and in after years 1 **have deeply regretted that I did not proceed far enough at least to understand something of the** great leading principles of mathematics, for men thus endowed seem to have an extra sense. But I do... | |
| Charles Darwin - 1896
...and even went during the summer of 1828 with a private tutor (a very dull man) to Barmouth, but I got **on very slowly. The work was repugnant to me, chiefly...far enough at least to understand something of the** great leading principles of mathematics, for men thus endowed seem to have an extra sense. But I do... | |
| Charles Francis Adams - 1907 - 200 pagina’s
...academical studies were concerned, as completely as at Edinburgh and at school. I attempted mathematics. **The work was repugnant to me, chiefly from my not...far enough at least to understand something of the** great leading principles of mathematics, for men thus endowed seem to have an extra sense. But I do... | |
| George Iles - 1908
...even went during the summer of 1828 with a private tutor ( a very dull man) to Barmouth, but I got **on very slowly. The work was repugnant to me, chiefly...far enough at least to understand something of the** great leading principles of mathematics, for men thus endowed seem to have an extra sense. But I do... | |
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