# Practical Geometry and Graphics

Longmans, Green, 1912 - Geometrical drawing - 448 pages

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### Contents

 148 74 166 86 171 89 181 97 191 102 198 105 211 112 GRAPHIC STATICS 113 PLANE COORDINATE GEOMETRY 128 PERIODIC MOTION 148 PROJECTION 166
 PICTORIAL PROJECTIONS 290 PERSPECTIVE PROJECTION 300 CURVED SURFACES AND TANGENT PLANES 313 DEVELOPMENTS 349 HELICES AND SCREWS 362 INTERSECTION OF SURFACES 388 PROJECTION OF SHADOWS 411 MISCELLANEOUS PROBLEMS IN SOLID GEOMETRY 423 APPENDIX MATHEMATICAL TABLES 436 INDEX 443 411 444

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