**The Elements of Analytic Geometry**

by Percey F. Smith, A. S. Gale

**Publisher**: Ginn & company 1904**ISBN/ASIN**: B0064JJ8ZO**Number of pages**: 450

**Description**:

In preparing this volume the authors have endeavored to write a drill book for beginners which presents the elements of the subject in a manner conforming with modern ideas. The scope of the book is limited only by the assumption that a knowledge of Algebra through quadratics must suffice for any investigation.

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