History Of Analytic Geometry
Designed as an integrated survey of the development of analytic geometry, this study presents the concepts and contributions from before the Alexandrian Age through the eras of the great French mathematicians Fermat and Descartes, and on through Newton and Euler to the "Golden Age," from 1789 to 1850. 1956 edition. Analytical bibliography. Index.
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The Earliest Contributions 120
The Alexandrian Age 2139
The Medieval Period 4053
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abscissas algebra to geometry algebraic geometry analysis analytic geometry ancient angle Apollonius appeared application of algebra Archimedes arithmetic axes axis Bernoulli calculus Cartesian geometry century circle Clairaut classical conic sections coordinate geometry corresponding courbes Crelle's Journal cubic Descartes determined edition elementary ellipse etry Euler example Fermat formulas geometric constructions Gergonne Geschichte giomitrie given graphical Greek H. G. Zeuthen higher plane curves history of analytic hyperbola idea intersection introduction Jean Bernoulli known L'Hospital Lacroix Lagrange Lahire later Leibniz linear loci locus Loria mathe mathematicians mathematics Menaechmus method modern Monge Newton notation Oeuvres ordinates Oresme Pappus parabola Paris perpendicular plane curves Pliicker polar coordinates polynomial Poncelet problems properties quadratic equations quadric quartic radius ratio rectangular reference second degree segments solid analytic geometry solution solved straight line surfaces symbolic synthetic synthetic geometry tangent textbook theorem theory three dimensions tion transformation treatise treatment variables Viete vols Wallis