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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-456

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452 PRIZES 3&refo Soft iittctinl for iWatJematifs This Medal of the value of £10 is the highest Mathe- matical Prize awarded at the College and is open annually for competition at the end of the Easter Term to all Matriculated Students of the Faculties of Arts and Science who at the time of the examination have completed their sixth term and not exceeded nine terms ן Students who being otherwise qualified have left the College within the academical year preceding the examina- tion will be allowed to compete for the medal if recommended by the Principal and by the Professors of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy -Candidates under this Rule must send their names to the Secretary of King's College London on or before June 1st in each year The examination will be conducted by the Professors of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy unless they shall request the Council to appoint Special Examiner The Medal will not be given unless in the opinion of the Examiners high degree of proficiency is shown in the following subjects Geometry Algebra Plane and Spherical Trigonometry Theory of Equations Analytical Geometry of Dimensions Dimensions Differential and Integral Calculus Mechanics These rules may at any time be modified in such manner as the Council may deem best for the interests of the College Names of Medallists 1873 Jacob Francis 1878 Bere Thomas Alexander 1874 Harris Robert Liston 1882 Smith Andrew Halliday 1875 Scott Alexander 1892 Lydall Francis 1876 PoUock Charles Archibald 1893 Adlard Howard Tindale 1877 Hobson Thomas Frederick
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