## An Elementary Treatise on Trilinear Co-ordinates: The Method of Reciprocal Polars, and the Theory Projections |

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The Method of Reciprocal Polars, and the Theory Projections Norman Macleod

Ferrers. Cambridge Elementary Mathematical Series FOR COLLEGES AND

SCHOOLS . I.

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The Method of Reciprocal Polars, and the Theory Projections Norman Macleod

Ferrers. Cambridge Elementary Mathematical Series FOR COLLEGES AND

SCHOOLS . I.

**ARITHMETIC**AND ALGEBRA .**ARITHMETIC**. For the use ofSchools .

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1861 ) , 348 pp . Crown 8vo . strongly bound in cloth . 48. 6d . Answers to all the

Questions . KEY to the above , containing Solutions to all the Questions in the

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**Arithmetic**for the Use of Schools . By BARNARD SMITH , M.A. New Edition (1861 ) , 348 pp . Crown 8vo . strongly bound in cloth . 48. 6d . Answers to all the

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This work forms the first part of a Treatise on

endeavoured , from very simple principles , to explain in a full and satisfactory

manner all the important processes in that subject . The proofs have in all cases ...

This work forms the first part of a Treatise on

**Arithmetic**, in which the Author hasendeavoured , from very simple principles , to explain in a full and satisfactory

manner all the important processes in that subject . The proofs have in all cases ...

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