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14 SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE Subjects of Instruction. ARITHMETIC.The fundamental processes of arithmetic are thoroughly considered, including common and decimal fractions, the metric system of weights and measures, simple and compound proportion, percentage, powers and roots. In this course Wentworth and Hill's High School Arithmetic is used as the textbook, supplemented by many practical problems. Required of firstyear Normal students. 3 hours per week, first halfyear; 2 hours per week, second halfyear. ALGEBRA.This course includes a thorough treatment of the fundamental operations ; use of brackets ; simple equations, factoring; highest common factor ; lowest common multiple ; simple and complex fractions ; involution and and evolution ; the theory of indices, with applications, surds (radicals), simple and compound, imaginary quantities ; quadratic equations ; equations in quadratic form ; simultaneous quadratic equations ; theory of quadratic equations ; indeterminate equations of the first degree ; inequalities; ratio, proportion, and variation; arithmetical, geometrical, harmonical progressions. Hall and Knight's Elementary Algebra is the textbook used. (a) Required of first year Normal students. 2 hours per week, first halfyear ; 3 hours per week, second halfyear. (b) Required of secondyear Normal students. 2 hours per week throughout the year. PLANE GEOMETRY.This course includes the general properties of regular polygons, their construction, perimeters, and areas; regular polygons and circles, with problems of construction ; maxima and minima, and methods for determining the ratio of the circumference to the diameter. The first five books of Wentworth's New Plane and Solid Geometry. Required of all thirdyear Normal students. 2 hours per week throughout the year. ENGLISH.(a) This course consists of a thorough study of the more advanced principles of English grammar. It also includes elementary instruction in literature with abundant practice in simple composition. Required of firstyear Normal students. 4 hours per week throughout the year.
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Title  18971898. Circular of the Southern Branch of the State Normal School of the University of Utah. Cedar City 
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Branch Normal School (Cedar City, Utah)  History Cedar City (Utah)  History Iron County (Utah)  History College Catalogs Southern Utah University (Cedar City, Utah)  Curricula 
Description  Contains the academic calendar, members of the board of regents, officers of the board, and officers and instructors. It also includes general information such as the location, building, apparatus and books, student expenses, chapel exercises, public lectures, and student organizations. Under courses of study, the normal course section states requirements for admission, entrance examinations, admission on certificates, and registration. The four year course shows classes taught and the number of recitations per week for each. The preparatory course section shows subjects taught with the number of recitations and the requirements for admission. 
Source  Catalog, 189798 
Date.Digital  200503 
Date.Original  1897 
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Owning Institution  Sherratt Library, Southern Utah University, Cedar City, Utah 
Publisher.Digital  Sherratt Library, Southern Utah University 
Publisher.Original  George Q. Cannon & Sons Co., Salt Lake City, Utah 
Language  eng 
Rights  Digital image c2005 Sherratt Library, Southern Utah University. All rights reserved. 
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Title  1897, page 14 
Description  14 SOUTHERN BRANCH OF THE Subjects of Instruction. ARITHMETIC.The fundamental processes of arithmetic are thoroughly considered, including common and decimal fractions, the metric system of weights and measures, simple and compound proportion, percentage, powers and roots. In this course Wentworth and Hill's High School Arithmetic is used as the textbook, supplemented by many practical problems. Required of firstyear Normal students. 3 hours per week, first halfyear; 2 hours per week, second halfyear. ALGEBRA.This course includes a thorough treatment of the fundamental operations ; use of brackets ; simple equations, factoring; highest common factor ; lowest common multiple ; simple and complex fractions ; involution and and evolution ; the theory of indices, with applications, surds (radicals), simple and compound, imaginary quantities ; quadratic equations ; equations in quadratic form ; simultaneous quadratic equations ; theory of quadratic equations ; indeterminate equations of the first degree ; inequalities; ratio, proportion, and variation; arithmetical, geometrical, harmonical progressions. Hall and Knight's Elementary Algebra is the textbook used. (a) Required of first year Normal students. 2 hours per week, first halfyear ; 3 hours per week, second halfyear. (b) Required of secondyear Normal students. 2 hours per week throughout the year. PLANE GEOMETRY.This course includes the general properties of regular polygons, their construction, perimeters, and areas; regular polygons and circles, with problems of construction ; maxima and minima, and methods for determining the ratio of the circumference to the diameter. The first five books of Wentworth's New Plane and Solid Geometry. Required of all thirdyear Normal students. 2 hours per week throughout the year. ENGLISH.(a) This course consists of a thorough study of the more advanced principles of English grammar. It also includes elementary instruction in literature with abundant practice in simple composition. Required of firstyear Normal students. 4 hours per week throughout the year. 
Source  Catalog, 189798 
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