The Elements of Coordinate Geometry Cartesian Coordinates Part1
Language  English 
Contributor(s)  S.L. Loney 
Binding  Paperback 
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Key Features This book is completely revised edition for the students appearing for JEE/AIEEE and other engineering entrance exams. Theory has been provided in points between each chapter for clarifying relevant basic concepts. Sample examples are provided after each topic for understanding the topic well. Exercises are shows in book Examples name (Examples I, II, III...) given at the end of every chapter, consist objective and subjective questions. To explain the Theorems/Illustrations and Properties, Pointwise explanations are given in the chapters. About the Book: The Elements of Coordinate Geometry Cartesian Coordinates Part1 Contents:1. Introduction. Some Algebraic Results 12. Coordinates. Lengths Of Straight Lines And Areas Of Triangles7Polar Coordinates3. Locus. Equation To A Locus4. The Straight Line. Rectangular CoordinatesStraight line through two pointsAngie between two given straight linesConditions that they may be parallel and perpendicularLength of a perpendicularBisectors of angles5. The Straight LIne. Polar Equations And ObliqueCoordinatesEquations involving an arbitrary constant example of loci6. Equations Representing Two Or MoreStraight LinesAngle between two lines given by one equationGeneral equation of the second degree7. Transformation Of CoordinatesInvariants8. The CircleEquation to a tangentPole and polarEquation to a circle in polar coordinatesEquation referred oblique axesEquation in terms of one variable9. Systems Of CirclesOrthogonal circlesRadical axisCoaxal circles10. Conic Sections. The ParabolaEquation to a tangentSome properties of the parabolaPole and polarDiametersEquation in terms of one variable11. The Parabola (continued)Loci connected with the parabolaThree normals passing through a given pointParabola referred to two tangents as axes12. The EllipseAuxiliary circle and eccentric angleEquation to a tangentSome properties of the ellipsePole and polarConjugate diametersFour normals through
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Language  English 
Publication Date  January 1, 2012 
Publisher  Arihant 
Contributor(s)  S.L. Loney 
Binding  Paperback 
Edition  2013 
Page Count  395 
ISBN 10  9350943719 
ISBN 13  9789350943717 
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