Analytic Geometry of Space
by V. Snyder, T.P. Hill
Publisher: H. Holt and Company 1914
Number of pages: 322
In this book, which is planned for an introductory course, the first eight chapters include the subjects usually treated in rectangular coordinates. They presuppose as much knowledge of algebra, geometry, and trigonometry as is contained in the major requirement of the College Entrance Examination Board, and as much plane analytic geometry as is contained in the better elementary textbooks.
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by Alfred Baker - W. J. Gage
The principles of Analytical Geometry are developed in the first two chapters of this book. The remainder of the book is occupied in applying the principles and methods of Analytical Geometry to the straight line, circle, parabola, etc.
by Frederick S. Woods - Ginn & Co.
This book aims to present some of the general concepts and methods which are necessary for advanced work in algebraic geometry, and thus to bridge the gap between the usual text in analytic geometry and treatises or articles on special topics.
by Robert J.T. Bell - Macmillan
For the student whose interests lie in the direction of Applied Mathematics, the book provides a complete exposition of the properties of the plane, the straight line, and the conicoids. It is also intended to furnish him with a book of reference.
by Ruslan Sharipov - UFA
This is a regular textbook of analytical geometry covering vector algebra and its applications to describing straight lines, planes, and quadrics in two and three dimensions. The book is addressed to students of mathematics, physics and engineering.