## Journal of the Franklin Institute, Volume 248Pergamon Press, 1949 |

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**mathematical**methods are based on the same principles and formulas and therefore the results of**mathematical**analysis are bound to be the same as those of the graphical analysis , within the limits of computational and constructional ...Page 578

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**mathematics**as they pertain to transient - analysis problems . In this book one finds such seemingly unrelated**mathematical**topics as determinants , theory of functions of a com- plex variable , gamma and error functions , solutions in ...Page 579

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**mathematical**procedure in most technical publications and the presentation of empirical facts in others . For the benefit of readers with only a modest knowledge of higher**mathematics**, the**mathematical**procedures are explained in the ...### Contents

EDITOR HENRY BUTLER ALLEN MET E D Sc Sc D | 104 |

History of Power Transmission | 192 |

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