Geometrical Conics, including an harmonic ratio and projection, with numerous examples

Geometrical Conics, including an harmonic ratio and projection, with numerous examples

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The projection of a conic will be a hyperbola or an ellipse according as the unprojected line cuts or does not cut the conic. 2. Project two conics into concentric conics. 3. Project a quadrilateral inscribed in a conic into a rectangle inscribed in aanbsp;...


Title:Geometrical Conics, including an harmonic ratio and projection, with numerous examples
Author: Charles TAYLOR (Master of St. John's College, Cambridge.)
Publisher: - 1863
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