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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-293

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EVENING CLASSES 291 II Geographical Distribution op Plants-Zones of Vegetation-Flora of the Old and New Worlds Of the Northern and Southern Hemispheres- -Changes Effected by Man-Natural Range of Various Food-plants the Cereals &c III The Fauna or Various Regions-Range of Ani- mais in the Direction of Latitude and Elevation- Contrasts between the Old and New Worlds- Fauna of the Malay Archipelago-Of Ceylon- Of the Amazons and Orinoco Valleys-The Australian Fauna IV Geographical Distribution op Man-Limits Imposed by Nature-The Extremes of Heat and Cold- Present Population of the Globe-The so- called Races of Mankind-Respective Capabilities of Various Regions for Future Settlement General Summary book recommended Manual of Geography By Hughes Longman Co Physical Geography for the Use of Beginner Gleig's Series By Hughes Longman and Co 13 ARITHMETIC Two Classes Days and Hours of Attendance-Monday and Thursday from to$ or from to or both hours on both nights by additional payment The instruction in Arithmetic comprises First Principles Proportion Practice Fractions Decimals Involution Evolu- tion Interest Stocks Partnership Loss and Gain and fx- cnanges The Arbitration of Exchanges is treated by the Chain Rule Leases Annuities Reversions and other subjects connected with Compound Interest are treated by Logarithms In general the attention of each Student is directed first of all to that part of Arithmetic in which he feels his knowledge to be deficient ¤ä
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