## An Analytical System of Conic Sections: Designed for the Use of StudentsPrinted ... by John Smith for J. & J.J. Deighton, Cambridge, and sold by J.G. & F. Rivington, 1834 - Conic sections - 207 pages |

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a² a² a²b² abscissa assumed Asymptotes axes b²x² becomes bisect called Cambridge centre CHAPTER chords circle co-ordinates College cone CONIC SECTIONS conjugate diameters constant corresponding cos² curve cut the axis denote determined draw drawn ellipse equal equation required fall the perpendicular Fellow find the equation focus given point Hence hyperbola indefinite intersection join joining the points latter let fall locus major axis manner meet normal ordinate origin parabola parallel pass plane point of intersection points of contact position principal produced proved ratio rectangular referred respectively result right angles Second Edition segments sin² square straight line substitution supplemental chords supposed SYSTEM tangent term THEORY TREATISE University values variable vertex whence

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