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

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m : n approach to the ratios a : b : c , the less does the denominator of the above

fraction

line ; which is in accordance with the remark made in Art . ( 14 ) . EXAMPLES . 1.

m : n approach to the ratios a : b : c , the less does the denominator of the above

fraction

**become**, and the greater , therefore , the distance from the point to theline ; which is in accordance with the remark made in Art . ( 14 ) . EXAMPLES . 1.

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For , if they be taken otherwise , the left - hand member of the equation of the

conic will

the conic will degenerate into a straight line , or rather into two coincident straight

...

For , if they be taken otherwise , the left - hand member of the equation of the

conic will

**become**a perfect square , as may be ascertained by substitution , andthe conic will degenerate into a straight line , or rather into two coincident straight

...

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Taking then the double signs all negatively , and writing for convenience , L , M ,

N , instead of u , v , w , the equation of the conic which touches the three sides of

the triangle of reference

Taking then the double signs all negatively , and writing for convenience , L , M ,

N , instead of u , v , w , the equation of the conic which touches the three sides of

the triangle of reference

**becomes**L'a ? + M * ß * + N ? y - 2 MNBy – 2NLya - 2 ... Page 43

... employment of the equations for the determination of the centre , obtained in

Art . 8 . Thus , let it be required to find the ratios of L , M , N in order that the conic

may

know ...

... employment of the equations for the determination of the centre , obtained in

Art . 8 . Thus , let it be required to find the ratios of L , M , N in order that the conic

may

**become**the inscribed circle . At the centre of this circle we have , as weknow ...

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Since every parabola satisfies the analytical condition of touching the line aa + b

+ cy = 0 , the required condition

co - ordinates of the centre . Let B , B , be the points in which the conic is cut by ...

Since every parabola satisfies the analytical condition of touching the line aa + b

+ cy = 0 , the required condition

**becomes**a ? 72 C + LT MTN + -0 . 18. To find theco - ordinates of the centre . Let B , B , be the points in which the conic is cut by ...

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