2 edition of Elements of analytic geometry and linear transformations found in the catalog.
Elements of analytic geometry and linear transformations
Paul Joseph Kelly
|Statement||[by] Paul J. Kelly [and] Ernst G. Straus.|
|Contributions||Straus, Ernst Gabor, 1922- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QA551 .K354 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||445|
|LC Control Number||69019590|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kelly, Paul Joseph. Elements of analytic geometry and linear transformations. [Glenview, Ill.] Scott, Foresman . The first seven chapters, which require only a first course in calculus and analytic geometry, deal with matrices and linear systems, vector spaces, determinants, linear transformations, similarity, polynomials, and polynomial by: The chapters on linear transformations in the Euclidean plane and their formulas, are priceless!!!.
The analytic approach to non-Euclidean geometry makes it fairly easy to follow and the connections outlined between elements of classical mathematics are enlightening (and unlikely to be encountered elsewhere).
It was the first book to. Linear algebra is not a prerequisite, and is kept to a bare book includes a few methodological novelties, and a large number of exercises and problems with solutions.
It also has an appendix about the use of the computer program MAPLEV in solving problems of analytical and projective geometry, with examples. This book was conceived as a text combining the course of linear algebra and analytic geometry.
It originated as a course of lectures delivered by N. Efimov at Moscow State University (mechanics and mathematics department) in However, the material of these lectures has been completely reworked and substantially expanded. This book on linear algebra and geometry is based on a course given by renowned academician I.R.
Shafarevich at Moscow State University. The book begins with the theory of linear algebraic equations and the basic elements of matrix theory and continues with vector spaces, linear transformations, inner product spaces, and the theory of affine and projective spaces. In classical mathematics, analytic geometry, also known as coordinate geometry or Cartesian geometry, is the study of geometry using a coordinate contrasts with synthetic geometry.
Analytic geometry is used in physics and engineering, and also in aviation, rocketry, space science, and is the foundation of most modern fields of geometry, including algebraic. Elements of Linear Space is a detailed treatment of the elements of linear spaces, including real spaces with no more than three dimensions and complex n-dimensional spaces.
The geometry of conic sections and quadric surfaces is considered, along with algebraic structures, especially vector. The Elements of Analytic Geometry by Percey F. Smith, A. Gale. Publisher: Ginn & company ISBN/ASIN: BJJ8ZO Number of pages: Description: In preparing this volume the authors have endeavored to write a drill book for beginners which presents the elements of the subject in a manner conforming with modern ideas.
The logical foundations of analytic geometry as it is often taught are unclear. Analytic geometry can be built up either from “synthetic” geometry or from an ordered ﬁeld. When the chosen foundations are unclear, proof becomes meaningless.
This is illustrated by the example of “proving analytically” thatFile Size: KB. The book starts by showing how to derive the coordinate description of plane geometry from the usual axiomatization in terms of points and lines.
The notions of translations and dilations are fundamental to this derivation. The second part of the book discusses some of the other transformations in the context of projective geometry. Introduction To Linear Algebra by Pavel Ptk.
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The elements of analytic geometry by Smith, Percey F. (Percey Franklyn), ; Gale, Arthur Sullivan, Publication date [c] Topics Geometry, Analytic Publisher Boston, New York [etc.] Ginn & company Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California LibrariesPages: ii M - Transformation Geometry axioms), and basic laws of thought, they would reason and prove their way towards previously unguessed knowledge.
This whole process was codiﬁed by Euclid (c b.c.) in his book, the Elements, the most successful scien-tiﬁc textbook ever written. In this work, we can see the entire mathematicalFile Size: KB. Topics include determinants and linear equations, matrices, linear transformations, projective geometry, geometry on the sphere, and much more.
An elementary course in plane geometry is the sole requirement, and answers to the exercises appear at the end.
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The vector space Rn is introduced in chapter 4, leading directly into general vector spaces and linear transformations. This order of topics is ideal for those preparing to use linear equations and matrices in .