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We also offer courses in mathematics that apply to industry and courses that could lead to careers in business or finance. Waverley, as much, perhaps more, than any man I have ever seen; but I cannot love you as you ought to be loved. Linear Diophantine Equation: An equation of the form ax + by = c, where a, b, c are integers such that a and b are not both zero, is called a linear Diophantine equation, due to a mathematician Diophantine. But who thinks of that in the present day, when the maxim is---`Better an old woman with a purse in her hand, than three men with belted brands? '' Then, turning to the company, he proposed the ``Health of Captain Waverley, a worthy friend of his kind neighbour and ally, the Baron of Bradwardine.'' ``He is welcome hither,'' said one of the elders, ``if he come from Cosmo Comyne Bradwardine.'' ``I say nay to that,'' said an old man, who apparently did not mean to pledge the toast; ``I say nay to that;---while there is a green leaf in the forest, there will be fraud in a Comyne.'' ``There is nothing but honour in the Baron of Bradwardine,'' answered another ancient; ``and the guest that comes hither from him should be welcome, though he came with blood on his hand, unless it were blood of the race of Ivor.'' ``Ah!

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We also offer courses in mathematics that apply to industry and courses that could lead to careers in business or finance. Waverley, as much, perhaps more, than any man I have ever seen; but I cannot love you as you ought to be loved. Linear Diophantine Equation: An equation of the form ax + by = c, where a, b, c are integers such that a and b are not both zero, is called a linear Diophantine equation, due to a mathematician Diophantine. But who thinks of that in the present day, when the maxim is---`Better an old woman with a purse in her hand, than three men with belted brands? '' Then, turning to the company, he proposed the ``Health of Captain Waverley, a worthy friend of his kind neighbour and ally, the Baron of Bradwardine.'' ``He is welcome hither,'' said one of the elders, ``if he come from Cosmo Comyne Bradwardine.'' ``I say nay to that,'' said an old man, who apparently did not mean to pledge the toast; ``I say nay to that;---while there is a green leaf in the forest, there will be fraud in a Comyne.'' ``There is nothing but honour in the Baron of Bradwardine,'' answered another ancient; ``and the guest that comes hither from him should be welcome, though he came with blood on his hand, unless it were blood of the race of Ivor.'' ``Ah!

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