By Florian Cajori
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His directions are " If now in any problem the same powers of the unknown : occur on both sides of the equation, but with different coeffi cients, we must subtract equals from equals until we have one term^equal to one term. If there are on one side, or on both sides, terms with negative added on both tive terms. " 1 Thus nowadays achieved by transposing, simplifying, and dividing by the coefficient of x was accomplished by Diophan It is to be observed that in tus by addition and subtraction. is } Diophantus, and in fact in all writings of antiquity, the con ception of a quotient is wanting.
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A History of Elementary Mathematics by Florian Cajori