Ellis, Alexander John
Algebra identified with geometry ... in a series of rough notes, forming five tracts: I. Euclid's conception of ratio and proportion ... II. "Carnot's principle" for limits ... III. The laws of tensors; or, The algebra of proportion ... IV. The laws of clinants; or, The algebra of similar triangles lying upon the same plane ... V. Stigmatic geometry; or, The correspondence of points in a plane ... By Alexander J. Ellis. With one photolithographed table of figures.
Publication: C. F. Hodgson & sons 1874.
Description: 84 p. fold. pl. (diagrs.) 22 cm.
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