## An Elementary Treatise on Analytic Geometry, Embracing Plane Geometry and an Introduction to Geometry of Three Dimensions |

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abscissa according angle applied asymptotes axes axis of x base becomes bisects branch called centre chord circle Cloth co-ordinates coincides condition conjugate diameters constant construct corresponding curve cuts the axis describe determine direction directrix distance divide draw drawn ellipse Engineers equal EXAMPLES expression extremities find the equation fixed point focal focus follows Geometry given point giving Hence hyperbola Illustrated imaginary inclined increases infinite joining length limits line passing locus major axis measured meet negative normal numerically obtain ordinate origin parabola parallel perpendicular plane point of intersection polar pole positive projections prove radius rectangular referred represents required equation respectively right line satisfy shows sides signs squares Substituting Take tangent term tion transform transverse axis triangle values variables vertex

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