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Author: Gaskin, Thomas, 1811-1887.
Title: The solutions of the geometrical problems, consisting chiefly of examples in plane co-ordinate geometry, proposed at St. John's college, Cambridge, from Dec. 1830 to Dec. 1846. With an appendix, containing several general properties of curves of the second order, and the determination of the magnitude and position of the axes of the conic section represented by the general equation of the second degree. By Thomas Gaskin.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2005
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Print source: The solutions of the geometrical problems, consisting chiefly of examples in plane co-ordinate geometry, proposed at St. John's college, Cambridge, from Dec. 1830 to Dec. 1846. With an appendix, containing several general properties of curves of the second order, and the determination of the magnitude and position of the axes of the conic section represented by the general equation of the second degree. By Thomas Gaskin.
Gaskin, Thomas, 1811-1887.

Cambridge: J. & J. J. Deighton; [etc., etc.], 1847.
Subject terms:
Geometry, Analytic -- Problems, exercises, etc.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/abn8183.0001.001
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