Elementary Treatise it is accomplished by the help of the fundamental properties of the curves known as Spherical Conies, discovered only in recent times by Magnus and Chasles. Doubtless many a one has been discouraged from the study of quaternions by... An Elementary Treatise on Quaternions, - Stran 38avtor: Peter Guthrie Tait - 1867 - 320 straniCelotni ogled - O knjigi
| Peter Guthrie Tait - 1867 - 364 strani
...and KG, described as above, are equal arcs of the same great circle, since, by the figure, they arc **evidently measured in the same direction. This is...presently be indicated, and in Chapter VII we shall** employ quaternions to give an independent proof of the theorems now to be established. 59.* DEF. A... | |
| American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1892 - 614 strani
...procedure. The proof of the theorem is not simple ; in Tail's Elementary Trea/ise it is accomplished **by the help of the fundamental properties of the curves known as Spherical Conies,** discovered only in recent times by Magnus and Chasles. Doubtless many a one has been discouraged from... | |
| American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1892 - 604 strani
...procedure. The proof of the theorem is not simple ; in Tail's Elementary Treatise it is accomplished **by the help of the fundamental properties of the curves known as Spherical Conies,** discovered only in recent times by Magnus and Chasles. Doubtless many a one has been discouraged from... | |
| American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1892 - 606 strani
...procedure. The proof of the theorem is not simple; In Tail's Elementary Treatise it is accomplished **by the help of the fundamental properties of the curves known as Spherical Conies,** discovered only in recent times by Magnus and Chasles. Doubtless many a one has been discouraged from... | |
| Alexander Macfarlane - 1894 - 244 strani
...procedure. The proof of the theorem is not simple ; in Tait's Elementary Treatise it is accomplished **by the help of the fundamental properties of the curves known as Spherical Conies,** discovered only in recent times by Magnus and Chasles. Doubtless many a one has been discouraged from... | |
| Peter Guthrie Tait - 2018 - 462 strani
...are equal arcs of the same great circle, since, by the figure, they have evidently similar currency. **This is perhaps most easily effected by the help of...principle will presently be indicated, and in Chapter** VIII. we shall employ quaternions to give an independent proof of the theorems now to be established.... | |
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