# mathematical geography in a sentence

- She is also the founder and director of the Institute of
*Mathematical Geography*. - In
*mathematical geography*, geodesic equation in order to accurately compute the Earth's circumference. - In the introduction the author gives a historical survey of the development of astronomy and
*mathematical geography*among the nations. - Inghirami's first publications were articles on hydraulics, statics, and astronomy, astronomical tables, and elementary text-books on mathematics and
*mathematical geography*. - He wrote textbooks himself in projective drawing ( 1946 ),
*mathematical geography*( 1954 ) and astronomy ( 1963 ), and translated other textbooks into Nynorsk. - It's difficult to find
*mathematical geography*in a sentence. - All these rest upon the facts of
*mathematical geography*, and the three are so closely inter-related that they cannot be rigidly separated in any discussion ". - 95 of 146 books known to have been written by B + rkn + , were devoted to astronomy, mathematics, and related subjects like
*mathematical geography*. - Ninety-five of 146 books known to have been written by B + rkn + were devoted to astronomy, mathematics, and related subjects like
*mathematical geography*. *Mathematical geography*was an important topical subject in which Allen was reputed, pursued by several groups in England, including another around Henry Briggs : Allen may have taught the geographer Richard Hakluyt.- Petermann started in y . lpotsdam at 7 August 1839 . The education with Berghaus could be called scientifically cartographic, comprising
*mathematical geography*( map projection and Perthes institute, where he worked from 1854 onwards, used copperplate engravings as the basis for its maps. - "' Pavle Vujevi "'( Serbian Cyrillic : 02; 5 CX528 [ , 10 August 1881 17 November 1966 ) was a Serbian geographer and meteorologist, professor of climatology, meteorology, and
*mathematical geography*at the University of Belgrade. - Dzerzhinsky received a school diploma which stated : " Dzerzhinsky Feliks, who is 18 years of age, of Catholic faith, along with a satisfactory attention and satisfactory diligence showed the following successes in sciences, namely : Divine law " good "; Logic, Latin, Algebra, Geometry,
*Mathematical geography*, Physics, History ( of Russia ), French " satisfactory "; Russian and Greek " unsatisfactory ". - Gans was also the author of : " Gebulat ha-Eretz ", a work on cosmography, which is in all probability identical with the " Zurat ha-Eretz ", published at Constantinople under the name of " David Avazi " ( " Avaz " means " goose " in Hebrew, a reference to the surname " Gans ", which means " goose " in German ); " Magen David ", an astronomical treatise, a part of which is included in the " Nechmad ve'naim " mentioned below; the mathematical works " Ma'or ha-2atan ", " Migdal David ", and " Prozdor ", which are no longer in existence; " Nechmad ve'naim " dealing with astronomy and
*mathematical geography*, published with additions by Joel ben Jekuthiel of Glogau at Jessnitz, 1743.

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