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The sum $5,000 of donated. was ５０００ドル寄付された
A significant amount of this expenditure was pure financial loss to the Empire, like the subsidies poured into Italy and the crusader states, and the
sums spent on the failed expeditions of 1155–1156, 1169, and 1176.
Manuel I Komnenos
After five terms, the
sum of the Gregory–Leibniz series is within 0.2 of the correct value of π, whereas the sum of Nilakantha's series is within 0.002 of the correct value of π.
After significant work in 1250–52, 1272–1275, and 1288–1290 (when
sums of £60, £40, and £151 were spent respectively) it is likely that the castle buildings were complete by 1300.
Although the GWR had agreed to contribute £175,000 and a similar
sum was promised by the GNR, sufficient funds to make a start on construction had still not been raised by the end of 1857.
Before his death, Maximilian had already promised
sums of 500,000 florins to the Electors in exchange for their votes, but Francis offered up to three million, and Charles retaliated by borrowing vast sums from the Fuggers.
Italian War of 1521–1526
Being unwilling to make an outright grant to relieve these debts, it provided him an additional
sum of £65,000 (equal to £5,140,000 today) per annum.
George IV of the United Kingdom
Bergsträsser was persuaded to drop his demand for a delay in publishing, and modify his copyright claims in return for a lump
sum of money.
Princess Helena of the United Kingdom
summing an infinity of such conatuses (i.e., what is now called integration), Leibniz could measure the effect of a continuous force.
Costs for maintenance and related issues, which in the first five years of Minas Geraes's and São Paulo's commissioned lives was about 60 percent of the initial cost, only added to the already staggering
sum of money.
South American dreadnought race
Earlier in 1668 he leased the islands of Bombay for a nominal
sum of £10 paid in gold.
Charles II of England
Euler proved Newton's identities, Fermat's little theorem, Fermat's theorem on
sums of two squares, and he made distinct contributions to Lagrange's four-square theorem.
For example, finite direct
sums of Noetherian rings are Noetherian, as is the ring of formal power series over a Noetherian ring.
For example, they resolved the fraction two-fifths into the
sum of one-third + one-fifteenth.
From the large
sum collected, Chantrey was paid £3,000 for a huge marble sculpture that was placed in St Paul's Cathedral, London.