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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1852-1853-330

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326 GENERAL LITERATURE AND SCIENCE In what respect did Frederick deserve the title of Great How far was he instrumental in raising up the national spirit and creating national literature The weaknesses of his character In what respects are they to be attributed to his education and his times 10 The men with whom he was familiar 11 The great events which happened in Europe during his reign 12 list of the great writers during this period IV -Crandlate into Hattn cvametcn The same passage as for the Senior Classical Scholarship See page 320 -Cvanblatc into latin The same passage as for the Senior Classical Scholarship See page 320 SENIOR MATHEMATICAL SCHOLARSHIP Two points move in straight lines with uniform velocities find the equation to the surface generated by the straight line which joins them If ρ be perpendicular from the origin on straight line and be the angle which ρ makes with χ the equation to tin line is χ cos sin and the distance of point from it is cos y1 sin -p If and ν represent two lines -f will represent line passing through their intersection
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