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G E O M E T R Y :
WITH PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS
ARTIFICERS' WORK AND MECHANICS.
BY CHARLES DAVIES,
AUTHOR OF A FULL COURSE OF MATHEMATICS.
A. 8. BARNES & Co., HARTFORD. ROBINSON, PRATT, & Co., AND COLLINS
By Charles DAVIES,
lule 11-18-41 44266
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 Loga
rithms and Logarithmic Sines. DAVIES' SURVEYING-With a description and plates of the Theodo
lite, Compass, Plane-Table and Level,- also Maps 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
DAVIES' SHADOWS AND LINEAR PERSPECTIVE.
DAVIES' DIFFERENTIAL AND INTEGRAL CALCULUS-