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A. W. Verrall ALGEBRA ARITHMETIC Assistant Master axis BEGINNERS bisects Cambridge centre circle CLASSICAL Clifton College cone CONIC SECTIONS conjugate diameters constant D.Sc diagonals drawn Edited ELEMENTARY TREATISE ellipse ellipsoid ENGLISH equal Examples Exercises Fcap find the equation find the locus formula G. E. Fasnacht GEOMETRY given lines given point given straight lines gives GRAMMAR Hence HISTORY hyperbola Illustrated intersection Introduction and Notes Isaac Todhunter J. P. Mahaffy LATIN Lecturer Litt.D LL.D M.A. BOOK M.A. Cr M.A. In preparation Mathematics middle points notation parabola parallelepiped parallelogram Physics Pott 8vo PRIMER Prof quaternion revised right angles rotation scalar School second order semi-diameters sewed shews Similarly sphere squares tangent plane tetrahedron three vectors Translated triangle TRIGONOMETRY Trinity College unit vectors University values vector parallel vector perpendicular whence
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