An Elementary Treatise on Coordinate Geometry

An Elementary Treatise on Coordinate Geometry

An Elementary Treatise on Coordinate Geometry
by Robert J.T. Bell

Publisher: Macmillan 1963
ISBN/ASIN: 1298515629
Number of pages: 398

For the student whose interests lie in the direction of Applied Mathematics, the book aims at providing a fairly complete exposition of the properties of the plane, the straight line, and the conicoids. It is also intended to furnish him with a book of reference which he may consult when his reading on Applied Mathematics demands a knowledge, say, of the properties of curves or of geodesies.

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