Revolutions of Geometry

Revolutions of Geometry

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Desargues printed only 50 copies of the Brouillon Project, all of which would be quickly lost. Angered at ... As with Desargues, Lahirea#39;s interests included conic sections. ... He was also one of the first to study surfaces analytically by examining equations in three unknowns. ... If we were asked to identify the major scholarly activity of the Renaissance, we would probably first choose the development of art.

Title:Revolutions of Geometry
Author: Michael L. O'Leary
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2010-02-22

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