The Theory of the Imaginary in Geometry

The Theory of the Imaginary in Geometry

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This 1920 publication explores the relationship between real and imaginary non-Euclidean geometry through graphical representations of imaginary geometry.Then the equation of the conic is of the form (2) Let the diagonal triangle of the inscribed semi-real quadrangle be semi-real. Project the pair of conjugate imaginary vertices into the critical points. Take rectangular axes through the centre of theanbsp;...

Title:The Theory of the Imaginary in Geometry
Author: John Leigh Smeathman Hatton
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2010-09-02

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