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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-153

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engineering Plane Geometry including the Construction of Poly- gons Creation of Similar Areas Enlargement and Reduction of Irregular Figures The Parabola Conchoid and other curves practical application of Geometry to the setting out of Mouldings Forms of Arches Teeth of Wheels &c The Construction of Scales Lettering Drawings Training in neatness accuracy and careful finish Solid Geometry Orthographic and Isometrical Pro- jection Development of Surfaces Projection of Shadows Penetration of Solids Non-matriculated Students either work at any section of the Geometrical Course or may at their option take up Free- hand Model Drawing Perspective Drawing from the Cast Decorative Design Sepia or Water-Colour or other kind of general art-work When desired by non-Matriculated Students special atten- tion is given to the requirements of the Examinations for Woolwich Sandhurst &c All Students are required to provide themselves with Rawle's "Practical Plane Geometry and Hulme's Mathematical Instruments and How to Use Them together with drawing board and all other needful appliances for successful work Fee &i 4s per Term or £10 10s per Annum CHEMISTRY Thomson Professor Herbert Jackson Demonstrator KIRKALDY£ J-aS Assistant Demonstrators Sodeau Sc Matriculated Students of the first year in this Division attend Course of Theoretical and Applied Chemistry from 10 20 to 11 20 on Tuesday and Friday throughout the Academical Year For more detailed syllabus see Division of Natural Science During the Summer Term Courses of Lectures on ceitain matters connected with Applied Chemistry are given
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