## The American Mathematical Monthly: Devoted to the Interests of Collegiate Mathematics, Volumes 13-15 (Google eBook)Registers of officers and members were issued as supplements to some vols. |

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A. H. HOLMES ALGEBRA AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL MONTHLY American Mathematical Society Analytical Geometry angle Anniston AVERAGE AND PROBABILITY Calculus chord coefficients College conic contains continued fraction coordinates cosec cubical determinant curve diameter DIOPHANTINE ANALYSIS drawn elements ellipse equal circles functions G. B. M. ZERR G. W. Greenwood Geometry given circle Hence hyperbola Incorrectly numbered inscribed integral intersection isosceles L. E. DICKSON length locus McKendree College method multiplication multiply perfect obtain parabola parallel perpendicular positive prime problem Professor of Mathematics Proposed by W. J. R. D. CARMICHAEL radical axis radius random respectively roots rows satisfy SCHEFFER School sides slide rule Solution by G. B. M. solved sphere square straight line Substituting tangent theorem triangle University of Chicago variable velocity vertices W. J. GREENSTREET zero

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Page 169 - Find the locus of a point such that the sum of the squares of its distances from two fixed points shall be equivalent to the square of the distance between the fixed points.

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