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Descriptive Geometry (Classic Reprint)
GENERAL EXPLANATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS Notation. The system of indication and notation shown in the accompanying cuts is used throughout the text. Students are expected to use this system for all exercises. It should be recognized, however, that this notation is merely a means to an end. Some system is needed in the earlier problems in order to make the...
GENERAL EXPLANATIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS Notation. The system of indication and notation shown in the accompanying cuts is used throughout the text. Students are expected to use this system for all exercises. It should be recognized, however, that this notation is merely a means to an end. Some system is needed in the earlier problems in order to make the answers definite and complete; in the later problems, a good system simplifies the actual processes of the solution. 'Vhile system and systems are valuable aids, they should never be allowed to take the place of a thorough comprehension of the problem and a visualization of the facts. The system here shown is that followed generally throughout the text. It has been changed occasionally to suit the requirements of individual illustrations. Exercises. The problems in the body of the text are intended for classroom or home work. In general, they are arranged in groups, each group treating a single idea. They are intendeTable of Contents CONTENTS; CIUPTER PAGE; I PURPOSE AXD SCOPE 1; II PROJECTIOX OF POIXTS 10; III PROJECTIOX OF LIXES 20; IV PROJECTIOX OF PorXTS AXD LIXES IX THE SECOXD, THIRD; AXD FOURTH QUADRAXTS 42; V PLAXE FIGURES AXD SOLIDS 53; VI PROBLE:IS DEALIXG 'WITH POIXTS, Ln,Es, AXD PLAXES 66; VII CURVED LIXES 119; VIII CUR'ED SURFACES 153; IX ApPLICATIOXS FOR CHAPTERS I TO V 204; X ApPLICATIOXS FOR CHAPTER VI 212; XI ApPLICATIOXS FOR CHAPTERS VII AXD VIII 226; XII SHADES AXD SHADOWS 242; XIII OTHER :lETHOO Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accuratel
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