Solid

Geometry

Geometry

The Solid Geometry is prepared for the same purpose and with the same general features as is the Plane Geometry. In both books the two main characteristics are analysis and emphasis.

One of the great objectives in education is to train young people to attack difficulties through an analysis of the problems presented. It is because of this fact that both the Plane and the Solid Geometry are prepared as suggestive method texts with the suggestions in the form of a logical analysis.

PIBN | 10014230 |

ISBN | 978-1-330-05418-5 |

ISBN (Hardcover) | 978-0-428-49849-8 |

Language | English |

Category | Geometry |

Pages | 224 |

Words | 49520 |

Vocabulary | 939 |

Geometry and

TrigonometryGeometry, Plane Trigonometry,

Natural Trigonometric Functions,

Logarithmic Trigonometric Functions

TrigonometryGeometry, Plane Trigonometry,

Natural Trigonometric Functions,

Logarithmic Trigonometric Functions

Graphical

Calculus

Calculus

Advanced

Course in

Algebra

Course in

Algebra

Archimedes

Solid

Geometry

Geometry

Elements of

Geometry

Geometry

Wentworth’s

Solid

Geometry

Solid

Geometry

A Treatise on

the Circle and

the Sphere

the Circle and

the Sphere

Hyperbolic

Functions

Functions

The

Foundations

of Geometry

Foundations

of Geometry

Spherical

TrigonometryFor Colleges and Secondary Schools

TrigonometryFor Colleges and Secondary Schools

Introduction

to QuaternionsWith Numerous Examples

to QuaternionsWith Numerous Examples

Robbins's

New Solid

Geometry

New Solid

Geometry

Solid

Geometry

Geometry

Solid

Geometry

Geometry

The Works of

ArchimedesEdited in Modern Notation,

With Introductory Chapters

ArchimedesEdited in Modern Notation,

With Introductory Chapters

The Elements of

Solid GeometryWith Numerous Exercises

Solid GeometryWith Numerous Exercises

Solid

Geometry

Geometry

The Mathematical

Principles of

Natural PhilosophyTo Which Are Added, Newton's System

of the World; A Short Comment

on and Defence of the Principia

Vol. 1 of 3

Principles of

Natural PhilosophyTo Which Are Added, Newton's System

of the World; A Short Comment

on and Defence of the Principia

Vol. 1 of 3

The

Elements of

Geometry

Elements of

Geometry

Solid

GeometryWith Problems and Applications

GeometryWith Problems and Applications

Euclid’s Elements

of GeometryBooks I. II. III. IV. Vi. And Portions of Books

V. And XI., With Notes, Examples, Exercises,

Appendices and a Collection of Examination Papers

of GeometryBooks I. II. III. IV. Vi. And Portions of Books

V. And XI., With Notes, Examples, Exercises,

Appendices and a Collection of Examination Papers

A History

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Thales to Euclid

Vol. 1

Solid

Geometry

Geometry

The Fourth

Dimension

Dimension

The Thirteen

Books of Euclid's

ElementsBooks III-IX

Vol. 2

Books of Euclid's

ElementsBooks III-IX

Vol. 2

An

Introduction

to Mathematics

Introduction

to Mathematics

A Short History

of Greek

Mathematics

of Greek

Mathematics

The Thirteen

Books of Euclid's

ElementsTranslated From the Text of Heiberg,

With Introduction and Commentary;

Books X-XIII and Appendix

Vol. 3

Books of Euclid's

ElementsTranslated From the Text of Heiberg,

With Introduction and Commentary;

Books X-XIII and Appendix

Vol. 3

Linear

Algebras

Algebras

Projective

Geometry

Vol. 2

Geometry

Vol. 2

The Axioms

of Projective

Geometry

of Projective

Geometry

GeometryCourse B

Plane

and Solid

Geometry

and Solid

Geometry

Elements of

Geometry, Including

Plane, Solid, and

Spherical Geometry

Geometry, Including

Plane, Solid, and

Spherical Geometry

Solid

Geometry

Geometry

Projective

Geometry

Vol. 1

Geometry

Vol. 1

Plane

and Solid

Geometry

and Solid

Geometry

Selected Propositions in

Geometrical Constructions

and Applications of

Algebra to GeometryBeing a Key to the Appendix of

Davies' Legendre; With a Supplement

Geometrical Constructions

and Applications of

Algebra to GeometryBeing a Key to the Appendix of

Davies' Legendre; With a Supplement

The Thirteen

Books of Euclid’s

ElementsTranslated From the Text of Heiberg,

With Introduction and Commentary;

Introduction and Books I, II

Vol. 1

Books of Euclid’s

ElementsTranslated From the Text of Heiberg,

With Introduction and Commentary;

Introduction and Books I, II

Vol. 1

Non-Euclidean

GeometryA Critical and Historical

Study of Its Development

GeometryA Critical and Historical

Study of Its Development

Unified

Mathematics

Mathematics

Elements of

Geometry

Geometry

Diophantus

of AlexandriaA Study in the History

of Greek Algebra

of AlexandriaA Study in the History

of Greek Algebra

Elementary

Geometry

Plane and SolidFor Use in High

Schools and Academies

Geometry

Plane and SolidFor Use in High

Schools and Academies

A History

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Aristarchus to Diophantus

Vol. 2

of Greek

MathematicsFrom Aristarchus to Diophantus

Vol. 2

Schultze and

Sevenoak's

Plane and

Solid Geometry

Sevenoak's

Plane and

Solid Geometry

Harmonic

Functions

Functions

Plane and Solid

Geometry,

Suggestive MethodRevised Edition

Geometry,

Suggestive MethodRevised Edition

Differential

and Integral

Calculus

and Integral

Calculus

GeometryApplied to the Mensuration of Lines,

Surfaces, Solids, Heights and Distances

Surfaces, Solids, Heights and Distances