Course of Analytical Geometry

Course of Analytical Geometry

Course of Analytical Geometry
by Ruslan Sharipov

Publisher: UFA 2011
ISBN-13: 9785747725744
Number of pages: 226

This book is a regular textbook of analytical geometry covering vector algebra and its applications to describing straight lines, planes, and quadrics in two and three dimensions. The stress is made on vector algebra by using skew-angular coordinates and by introducing some notations and prerequisites for understanding tensors. The book is addressed to students specializing in mathematics, physics, engineering, and technologies.

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