Appendix: The Theory of Space by Ferenc Kárteszi (Eds.)

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Um eatundem maximarurn. VII. ) circa ab ort ta= nip (Q2-QQ12), et ccirpus pet cab& de- scri I ~ l r i ~ p ( @ + Q - ' ) Quomotlo . ) Atrcusgue troctata, etiam adsque dntegratione perfici possint brcuitatis studio sup' 'IIS~= prtmdur. Demonstrari potcsc, omnis exppessianiz lit e m o n icontzironf is (adeoque Aypothesi, quod detur i , innixae) limitem, ersscente i in t'nfr'na'tum, eg-primepe puarrtitatem plane p r o C (adeoque pro hypothesi rrulfilrs i) , siguidem nan eveniant aequaddoo nes identicae.

10) In qriouis recfikineo Afo sunt peTiphetiae rudiobrum fateribus aequaliurn, u t i sinus A ~ O Toppositorurn. U~ Sit enim a b c = R , et a m L bac, atque sint b n , cpjllarn; erit cab L ainbn, adeoque ( c u m cb ~ b sit) cb nmbn consequ. cp6n L omdn- Secet F cv " ipsircs cp , rectas bn, a m (respective) in d, e, e t fascias c p b n , c p m , bnam in lineis Lformibus cd, ce, de; e r i t ($. 20. ) i n Llineo A ced (heic radio semper = 1 posita) ec : dc = I sin dec = I t sin cab. ) ec : dc =O ec : Q dc , (in F) = 0 6 c (s.

He spent 47 years in teaching and 5 others in retirement. Jhnos was born in Kolozsvhr on 15th December 1802. He spent considerable part of his childhood in the Marosvashrhely house got by his father as a payment in kind. Farkas devoted great care to the education of his son and gave Jhnos the first systematic instruction himself: he taught him mathematics, fencing, playing the violin, and the elements of music theory. Jhnos learned quickly and much; he made fast progress also in Latin. Farkas held that, at the age of 15, Jhnos could not learn anything more from him.

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