## Principles of Geometry, Volume 5 |

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### Contents

INTRODUCTORY ACCOUNT | 1 |

Greatest possible number of double points of a plane curve 1011 | 10 |

Examples of elliptic curves Coresiduation Salmons | 18 |

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