Reference numberEC/1882/16
Previous numbersCert XI, 37
TitleMalet, John Christian: certificate of election to the Royal Society
CitationJohn Malet MA
Author of the following papers
(1) "On the Reduction of Abelian Integrals" (Crelle vol 76 1873) (2) "New Demonstration of the Reduction of Hyperelliptic Integrals to the Normal Form" (Crelle vol 79 1874)
(3) "Two Theorems in Integration" (Annali di Matematica 1873) (4) "On a Problem in Algebra" (Annali di Matematica 1879) (5) "Some Theorems in the Reduction of Hyperelliptic Integrals" (RI Academy 1874) (6) "On Certain Symmetric Functions of the Roots of an Algebraic Equation" (RI Academy 1874)
(7) "Direct Demonstration of the Properties of the First Negative Pedal of a Conic from any point in its Plane" (RI Academy 1878)
(8) "On a Certain Surface derived from a Quadric" (RI Academy 1878) (9) "Proof that every Algebraic Equation has a root" (RI Academy 1878) (10) "General Formula for the Equation of which the Roots are the products in pairs of any Algebraic Equation" (Quarterly Journal No 49, 1874) (11) "Note on a Transformation in Elliptic Integrals" (Quarterly Journal No 51, 1874) (12) On a Class of Problems connected with Linear Differential Equations" (Hermathena (Trinty College Dublin) vol iv, 1881) (13) On a limit to the number of Cusps belonging to a Plane Curve of any order" (Hermathena Vol iv 1881)
(14) " On a Class of Invariants" (Read before the Royal Society December 1881 not yet published).
ProposersFrom Personal Knowledge: John Casey; Geo Salmon; R Townsend; Robert S Ball; Saml Haughton; Benjn Williamson; Maxwell Simpson; G Johnstone Stoney
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Malet, John Christian: certificate of election to the Royal Society

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