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The Elementary Properties of the Elliptic Functions

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The Elementary Properties of the Elliptic Functions
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Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN/ASIN: B002WUEWK0
Number of pages: 164

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The object of this work is to supply the wants of those students who, for reasons connected with examinations or otherwise, wish to have a knowledge of the elements of Elliptic Functions, not including the Theory of Transformations and the Theta Functions.

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