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

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A desire not unduly to increase the size of the

proceeding beyond Curves of the Second Degree . I have introduced a short

Chapter on Determinants . The great utility of these expressions in investigations

...

A desire not unduly to increase the size of the

**book**has prevented me fromproceeding beyond Curves of the Second Degree . I have introduced a short

Chapter on Determinants . The great utility of these expressions in investigations

...

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be a sufficient excuse for the employment of a notation which has hitherto been

hardly admitted into Cambridge text -

rigorously to the demonstration of such elementary properties as are required in ...

be a sufficient excuse for the employment of a notation which has hitherto been

hardly admitted into Cambridge text -

**books**. I have , however , confined myselfrigorously to the demonstration of such elementary properties as are required in ...

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... M.A. 150 pp . ( 1.860 ) . Crown 8vo . 48. 6d . MACMILLAN AND Co. ,

Cambridge and London . Cambridge Class

COLLEGES.

... M.A. 150 pp . ( 1.860 ) . Crown 8vo . 48. 6d . MACMILLAN AND Co. ,

Cambridge and London . Cambridge Class

**Books**, lema 360l . Con FORCOLLEGES.

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A very copious collection of Examples , under each rule , has been embodied in

the work in a systematic order , and a Collection of Miscellaneous Papers in all

branches of Arithmetic have been appended to the

...

A very copious collection of Examples , under each rule , has been embodied in

the work in a systematic order , and a Collection of Miscellaneous Papers in all

branches of Arithmetic have been appended to the

**book**. The EXERCISES have...

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The Definitions are briefly and carefully worded . Each rule is stated so as to

include the proof of it where this was possible . Cambridge and London . 4

CAMBRIDGE CLASS

SCHOOLS ...

The Definitions are briefly and carefully worded . Each rule is stated so as to

include the proof of it where this was possible . Cambridge and London . 4

CAMBRIDGE CLASS

**BOOKS**6. Plane Trigonometry . FOR SCHOOLS FORSCHOOLS ...

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