By G. H. Hardy
There may be few textbooks of arithmetic as recognized as Hardy's natural arithmetic. due to the fact its book in 1908, it's been a vintage paintings to which successive generations of budding mathematicians have grew to become in the beginning in their undergraduate classes. In its pages, Hardy combines the keenness of a missionary with the rigor of a purist in his exposition of the basic rules of the differential and essential calculus, of the houses of countless sequence and of alternative themes concerning the suggestion of restrict.
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A second diameter is a diameter that does not intersect the hyperbola. b. Parallel chords that are bisected by a diameter are said to be ordinatewise applied to this diameter. If these chords are perpendicular to this diameter, then this diameter is called an axis. c. If, however, a second diameter is parallel to the chords that are ordinate-wise applied to an intercepted diameter, then it is said that these two diameters are mutually conjugate. NOTE. From theorem VI it is clear that the relation "conjugate to" is a symmetric relation.
A method to construct the asymptotes of a given hyperbola. Note: "Given" means that the curve has been drawn in the plane. COROLLARY 2. DK. NOTE. At this point Jan de Witt discusses the relationship between "his" hyperbola and Apollonius's hyperbola and shows that they are identical. 29] and Appendix B. COROLLARY 3. PD. Theorem X. ) In this figure M Band MC are the asymptotes of a hyperbola AP, M P is an arbitrary transverse diameter, and P is its vertex. BAC is the tangent to the curve at A; AD has been 2.
A course of pure mathematics by G. H. Hardy