[PDF / Epub] ☃ Book of Curves By E H Lockwood – Tactical-player.co.uk

Book of Curves This Book Opens Up An Important Field Of Mathematics At An Elementary Level, One In Which The Element Of Aesthetic Pleasure, Both In The Shapes Of The Curves And In Their Mathematical Relationships, Is Dominant This Book Describes Methods Of Drawing Plane Curves, Beginning With Conic Sections Parabola, Ellipse And Hyperbola , And Going On To Cycloidal Curves, Spirals, Glissettes, Pedal Curves, Strophoids And So On In General, Envelope Methods Are Used There Are Twenty Five Full Page Plates And Over Ninety Smaller Diagrams In The Text The Book Can Be Used In Schools, But Will Also Be A Reference For Draughtsmen And Mechanical Engineers As A Text On Advanced Plane Geometry It Should Appeal To Pure Mathematicians With An Interest In Geometry, And To Students For Whom Euclidean Geometry Is Not A Principal Study


About the Author: E H Lockwood

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5 thoughts on “Book of Curves

  1. says:

    This is a beautiful book for anyone with an interest in mathematics I first came across it many years ago in our school library When I was older I bought myself a copy this copy was purchased for a grandson who taught himself A Level mathematics The mathematical curves are amazing and sev


  2. says:

    Great book for maths nerds Need to do some old fashioned geometry with a set square and compasses to do the exercises worth a go


  3. says:

    Ye gods, what a blast from the past.I ran into this book when I was 13 years old It changed my life.It told me enough to draft these beautiful things, before I d been through the first semester of high school algebra It certainly lit a fire in my mind By the time I did take that course, during my fresh


  4. says:

    I have used this book in my C class to create C programming assignments in graphics mode For example, I have asked my students to draw a base circle on the screen Then draw a set of circles each one with a center on the base circle and tangent to a fixed diameter of the base circle The result is a BEAUTIFUL d


  5. says:

    The author does know what he is talking about, but he presents the material in such an uninteresting fashion that I actually fell asleep while reading it It also may be too difficult for people that are not mathematically inclined He should have left out some details and instead put in some stories and colorful lan


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