A modern branch of mathematics having achieved the art of dealing with the infinitely small can now yield solutions in other more complex problems
of motion which used to appear insoluble.
Yes, my worthy friend; taking into consideration all the elements of the problem
, the distance from the center of the earth to the center of the moon, of the radius of the earth, of its bulk, and of the bulk of the moon, I can tell exactly what ought to be the initiatory speed of the projectile, and that by a simple formula.
Despite her clear sight of her problem
of keeping Billy a lover, and despite the considerable knowledge and experience arrayed before her mental vision, Mercedes Higgins had spread before her a vastly wider panorama.
But Tuskegee is, nevertheless, a brand-new chapter in the history of the Negro, and in the history of the knottiest problem
we have ever faced.
is not how to guide the balloon, but how to take it up and down without expending the gas which is its strength, its life-blood, its soul, if I may use the expression.
Although Levin was engrossed at the moment by his ideas about the problem
of the land, he wondered, as he heard Sviazhsky: "What is there inside of him?
The immediate long-distance problem
is, of course, to talk from New York to the Pacific.
Like Brentano, I am interested in psychology, not so much for its own sake, as for the light that it may throw on the problem
A harder problem
occurs to me," I ventured to say: "and that is, how you're to get back again.
You are going to know all; and, without further preamble, I am going to place before your eyes the problem
of The Yellow Room as it was placed before the eyes of the entire world on the day following the enactment of the drama at the Chateau du Glandier.
It would seem very strange, she thought, to have so few things to care for and she wondered how she would fill her time, she whose one problem
always had been how to achieve snatches of leisure.
As she sought her own rooms in Diana's Grove, she went over the whole subject again and again, always finding in the face of Lilla Watford a key to a problem
which puzzled her--the problem
of a way to turn Caswall's powers--his very existence--to aid her purpose.