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On the application of a new analytic method to the theory of curves and curved surfaces.

Booth, James

On the application of a new analytic method to the theory of curves and curved surfaces.

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Published by Simpkin, (etc.) in London .
Written in English


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Pagination(iv), 32 p. ;
Number of Pages32
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Open LibraryOL21032230M

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On the application of a new analytic method to the theory of curves and curved surfaces. by Booth, James Download PDF EPUB FB2

On the application of a new analytic method to the theory of curves and curved : James Booth. (1) A new method is presented, allowing construction of the lines of principal curvature on arbitrarily complex curved surfaces.

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