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Show 34 WEBER ACADEMY MATHEMATICS. Eugene S. Hart. Christian J. Jensen. Mathematics a (Algebra.)The topics that are considered in this course are fundamental principles, negative numbers, literal expressions, law of exponents, powers and roots, and common factors and multiples. Stone and Millis Brief Course in Algebra is the text used. Five hours per week first or second semester. Mathematics b (Algebra.)The topics of this course are fractions, linear equations, surds, imaginary numbers, quadratic equations and higher equations involving surds. The text, Stone and Millis Brief Course in Algebra. Five hours per week, second semester. Mathematics c (Plane Geometry.)This course includes rectilinear figures, areas and polygons, regular polygons, maxima and minima, problems of construction and demonstration throughout. Stone and Millis' Elementary Geometry is the text used. Five hours per week, first semester. Mathematics d (Advanced Algebra.)Systems involving quadratics and higher equations, inequalities, ratio and proportion, variation, binomial theorem, progressions and indeterminate coefficients are the topics of the course. The text is by Stone and Millis, Five hours per week, second semester. Mathematics e (Solid Geometry)Lines and planes in space, polyhedrons, cylinders, cones, spheres and the conic sections are considered in this course. Plane and Solid Geometry, by Bush and Clark, is the text used. Five hours per week during the first semester. WEBER ACADEMY 35 Mathematics (Trigonometry)The trigonometrical functions, general formula of plane trigonometry, solution of plane triangles and practice in the use of logarithmic tables is the work of this course. Wells' Plane and Spherical Trigonometry is the text used. Five hours per week during the second semester. EDUCATION. Christian J. Jensen. Psychology.Chief among the topics discussed are the relation of mind to body, the psychological principles underlying the training of children and psychology as a study of human nature and as a guide to personal conduct. Text: Briefer Course, James. Five hours per week during the first semester. Elementary Education.Special attention will be given to vital school room problems as well as to the relation of the school to the community. Pyschology is prerequisite to this course. Principles of Teaching, by Thorndike, is the text used. Five hours per week during the second semester. Pedagogy.In this course the science of education is studied in connection with the practice of teaching. Modern ideals and practical school room methods are given due consideration. School hygiene, school appliances, school management and the nature and development of children are treated with some care, and according to the ideas of the best modern authors and educators. Five hours per week during the first semester. 34 WEBER ACADEMY MATHEMATICS. Eugene S. Hart. Christian J. Jensen. Mathematics a (Algebra.)The topics that are considered in this course are fundamental principles, negative numbers, literal expressions, law of exponents, powers and roots, and common factors and multiples. Stone and Millis Brief Course in Algebra is the text used. Five hours per week first or second semester. Mathematics b (Algebra.)The topics of this course are fractions, linear equations, surds, imaginary numbers, quadratic equations and higher equations involving surds. The text, Stone and Millis Brief Course in Algebra. Five hours per week, second semester. Mathematics c (Plane Geometry.)This course includes rectilinear figures, areas and polygons, regular polygons, maxima and minima, problems of construction and demonstration throughout. Stone and Millis' Elementary Geometry is the text used. Five hours per week, first semester. Mathematics d (Advanced Algebra.)Systems involving quadratics and higher equations, inequalities, ratio and proportion, variation, binomial theorem, progressions and indeterminate coefficients are the topics of the course. The text is by Stone and Millis. Five hours per week, second semester. Mathematics e (Solid Geometry)Lines and planes in space, polyhedrons, cylinders, cones, spheres and the conic sections are considered in this course. Plane and Solid Geometry, by Bush and Clark, is the text used. Five hours per week during the first semester. |