## An Elementary Treatise on Quaternions |

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a₁ axes axis Cartesian centre of inertia Chapter circle condition cone conjugate cöordinates coplanar curvature curve developable surface differential direction drawn easily Eliminating ellipsoid envelop equal evidently expression extremity Find the equation Find the locus formula given equation given lines given point gives Hamilton Hence hodograph integral intersection LAOB last section length linear and vector magnetism normal obviously once operator origin osculating plane P₁ parabola parallel pass perpendicular properties prove quaternion radius represents result right angles rotation S.aßy Saß scalar scalar equations second order shew solution sphere spherical conic straight line suppose surface surface of revolution tangent plane tensor tetrahedron theorem three vectors triangle unit-vectors Vaß vector function vector perpendicular versor write written Τρ φρ

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