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IN

G E O M E T R Y:

WITH PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS

IN

MENSURATION,

AND

ARTIFICERS' WORK AND MECHANICS.

BY CHARLES DAVIES,

AUTHOR OF A FULL COURSE OF MATHEMATICS.

PUBLISHED BY

A. S. BARNES & Co., HARTFORD.— ROBINSON, PRATT, & Co., AND COLLINS
KEESE, & Co., New YORK - THOMAS, COWPERTHWAIT, & Co.,
PHILADELPHIA. – PERKINS & MARVIN, Boston. -CUSIIING &
BROTHER, BALTIMORE. -MORTON & GRISWOLD, Lous., Ky.

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ENTERED,
According to Act of Congress, in the year 1839,

By Charles DAVIES,
In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of Connecticut.

STEREOTYPED BY
FRANCIS F. RIPLEY,

NEW YORK.

DAVIES' COURSE OF MATHEMATICS.

DAVIES MENTAL AND PRACTICAL ARITHMETIC—De

signed for the use of Academies and Schools. It is the purpose of this work to explain, in a brief and clear manner, the properties of numbers, and the best rules for their various applications.

DAVIES' KEY—To Mental and Practical Arithmetic.

DAVIES' FIRST LESSONS IN ALGEBRA-Being an introduction

to the Science.

DAVIES' FIRST LESSONS IN GEOMETRY-With applications

in Mensuration—in Artificers' Work—and an Introductory Treatise to Mechanics.

DAVIES' BOURDON'S ALGEBRA-Being an abridgment of the

work of M. Bourdon, with the addition of practical examples.

DAVIES' LEGENDRE'S GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY —Being an abridgment of the work of M. Legendre, with the addition of a treatise on Mensuration of Planes and Salids, and a table of Logarithms and Logarithmic Sines.

DAVIES' SURVEYING-With a description and plates of, the Theodo

lite, Compass, Plane-Table and Level,—also Maps of the Topographical Signs adopted by the Engineer Department, and an explanation of the method of surveying the Public Lands.

DAVIES' ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY-Embracing the Equations

of the Point and Straight Line-of the Conic Sections—of the Line and Plane in Space-also the discussion of the General Equation of the second degree, and of surfaces of the second order.

DAVIES' DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY-With its applications to

Spherical Projections.

DAVIES' SHADOWS AND LINEAR PERSPECTIVE.

DAVIES' DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULUSWith numerous applications.

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