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German Science Reader

by Charles F. Kroeh

The aim of this Reader is not merely to afford the student a certain amount of experience in reading scientific German, but to attack the subject systematically. The selections are not chosen at random. They are arranged progressively and consist of fundamental definitions, descriptions, processes and problems of Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Physics and Chemistry. These are linguistically the most important subjects for scientific and engineering students to read first, because they contain the terms and modes of expression which recur in all subsequent reading, and because they contain these terms in the simplest possible connections.

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