Practical Plane and Solid Geometry for Advanced Students
by J. Harrison, G.A. Baxandall
Publisher: Macmillan 1899
Number of pages: 584
This book is written for Science students. The necessity of accurate draughtsmanship is insisted on throughout. We describe how the drawing instruments may be set and their efficiency maintained. And the numerical answers appended to many of the examples should help to prevent any relapse into slovenly and inaccurate work on the part of those students who are apt to become lax.
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