Geometry Formulas and Facts
by Silvio Levy
Publisher: CRC Press 1995
Contents: Coordinate Systems in the Plane; Plane Symmetries or Isometries; Other Transformations of the Plane; Lines; Polygons; Circles; Conics; Special Plane Curves; Coordinate Systems in Space; Space Symmetries or Isometries; Other Transformations of Space; Directions, Planes and Lines; Polyhedra; Spheres; Surfaces of Revolution. The Torus; Quadrics.
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