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By (author) Albert L Candy. This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Format Paperback 264 pages.

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About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Emphasis has everywhere been put upon the analytic side, that is, the student is taught to start from the equation. Find more at www. forgottenbooks. com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. He is shown how to work with the figure as a guide, but is warned not to use it in any other way. Chapter III may be referred to in this connection.

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Excerpt from The Elements of Analytic GeometryAnalytic Geometry is a broader subject than Conic Sections. It is far more important to the student that he should acquire a familiarity with the analytic method, and thoroughly grasp the generality of its processes and the comprehensiveness of its results, than that he should obtain a detailed knowledge of any particular set of curves. Furthermore, all branches of mathematics are fundamentally and inseparably related. Any subject, therefore, should be presented in such a way as to keep it in touch with all that has preceded, and at the same time reach forward toward that which is immediately to follow, to the end that there may be no sudden transition in passing from one branch to another. Algebra and Geometry, Analytics and Calculus are mutually helpful, and should not be studied entirely apart. No one of these subjects can be finished before the others are begun.The general plan and scope of this book is due to a firm conviction of the soundness of these statements. For this reason a fuller treatment than usual is given of the general analytic method before taking up the study of the conic sections, and subjects have been introduced not ordinarily treated in text books on Analytic Geometry. The method of the differential calculus is the only way of studying the slope of curves, and furnishes the best means of finding the equation of the tangent and the normal. The graphical method of illustration and the derivative are indispensable in the discussion of the Theory of Equations. The use of the derivative curve in the theory of equal roots, together with the fact that the ordinate of the "derivative curve" is the slope of the "integral curve," naturally suggests a possible converse relation, and leads easily and logically to the study of Quadrature, and Maxima and Minima.It is believed that the elementary discussion of these subjects here given will tend to meet the needs of scientific and engin…