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Elements of Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions

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Elements of Analytical Geometry of Two Dimensions
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Publisher: Werner school book company
ISBN/ASIN: 1293577170
Number of pages: 602

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This translation has been made with the hope that the high scientific character of Briot et Bouquet's Legons de Geometric Analytique may contribute something toward the improvement of the standard of instruction in the elements of analytical geometry.

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