# Elements of the Geometry of Planes and Solids: With Four Plates

The author, 1828 - 159 páginas
Pt. 1. Plane geometry -- Pt. 2. Geometry of solids.

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 Sección 1 1 Sección 2 2 Sección 3 3 Sección 4 11 Sección 5 65 Sección 6 87 Sección 7 96
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