**Analytic geometry for colleges, universities, and technical schools**

by E.W. Nichols

**Publisher**: Leach, Shewell & Sanborn 1892**ISBN/ASIN**: B002Z2O02U**Number of pages**: 304

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This textbook is designed for Colleges, Universities, and Technical Schools. The aim of the author has been to prepare a work for beginners, and at the same time to make it sufficiently comprehensive for the requirements of the usual undergraduate course. For the methods of development of the various principles he has drawn largely upon his experience in the classroom.

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