## Philosophical MagazineTaylor & Francis., 1898 - Physics |

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shows that for large values of x , J. ( 2 ) must be very small ; thus the abscissę of the inflexion - points belonging to this set will ultimately coincide with the roots of J. ( x ) = 0 . lf in the relation

shows that for large values of x , J. ( 2 ) must be very small ; thus the abscissę of the inflexion - points belonging to this set will ultimately coincide with the roots of J. ( x ) = 0 . lf in the relation

**given**above J. ( .x ) and J ...Page 240

If one of these ( ts ) - is not included in the

If one of these ( ts ) - is not included in the

**given**line , the following substitutions of I must belong to the same distinct isomorphism , să ? t = 181 , să 14-282 , sa 14–183 , ... , sa 12-16 . All of these are evidently different ...Page 241

of isomorphisms with respect to the arrangement of its substitutions in the

of isomorphisms with respect to the arrangement of its substitutions in the

**given**form is of great importance in the study of simple isomorphisms . For instance , if the group of isomorphisms of G is the symmetric group of order 6 ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

m FIFTH SERIES | 1 |

Mr W Sutherland on the Relative Motion of the Earth | 23 |

F Brush on the Transmission of Radiant Heat | 31 |

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