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ELEMENTS OF GEOMETRY,
Trof: Eléments de geometrie
TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH
MEMBER OF THE INSTITUTE AND THE LEGION OF HONOUR, OF THE ROYAL
THE USE OF THE STUDENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY
CAMBRIDGE, NEW ENGLAND,
BY JOHN FARRAR,
PROFESSOR OF MATHEMATICS AND NATURAL PHILOSOPHY.
CORRECTED AND ENLARGED.
CAMBRIDGE, N. E.
PRINTED BY HILLIARD AND METCALF,
At the University Press.
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"Elements of Geometry, by A. M. Legendre, member of the Institute, and the Legion of Honour, of the Royal Society of London, &c. Translated from the French, for the use of the students of the University at Cambridge, New England. By John Farrar, Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. Second edition, corrected and enlarged."
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