There are therefore two points of intersection — viz. a straight line and a circle intersect always in two points, real or imaginary. It is in this way that we are led analytically to the notion of imaginary points in geometry. The conclusion as to... Mysticism in Modern Mathematics - Página 69por Hastings Berkeley - 1910 - 264 páginasVista completa - Acerca de este libro
| John Michels (Journalist) - 1883 - 874 páginas
...that a straight line and circle in the same plane intersect always in two points, real or imaginary. **The conclusion as to the two points of intersection...manner can the notion be arrived at geometrically** ? There is a well-known construction in perspective for drawing lines through the intersection of two... | |
| John Michels (Journalist) - 1883 - 880 páginas
...that a straight line and circle in the same plane intersect always iu two points, real or imaginary. **The conclusion as to the two points of intersection...you might say, or at least be strongly tempted to** gay, that it is meaningless. The question, of course, arises, What is the meaning of an imaginary point?... | |
| Arthur Cayley - 1896 - 676 páginas
...points of intersection, and these give rise to an equation of a certain order for the coordinate x **or y of a point of intersection. In the case of a...manner can the notion be arrived at geometrically** ? There is a well-known construction in perspective for drawing lines through the intersection of two... | |
| Arthur Cayley - 1896 - 676 páginas
...intersection, and these give rise to an equation of a certain order for the coordinate x от у oí & **point of intersection. In the case of a straight line...manner can the notion be arrived at geometrically** ? There is a well-known construction in perspective for drawing lines through the intersection of two... | |
| Arthur Cayley - 1896 - 663 páginas
...each of these corresponds a single value of y. There are therefore two points of intersection—viz. **a straight line and a circle intersect always in two...manner can the notion be arrived at geometrically** ? There is a well-known construction in perspective for drawing lines through the intersection of two... | |
| 1883 - 1060 páginas
...that a straight line and circle in the same plane intersect always in two points, real or imaginary. **The conclusion as to the two points of intersection cannot be contradicted by experience : take** л sheet of paper and draw on it the straight line and circle, and try. But you might say, or at least... | |
| William Bragg Ewald - 2005 - 696 páginas
...points of intersection, and these give rise to an equation of a certain order for the coordinate x **or y of a point of intersection. In the case of a...manner can the notion be arrived at geometrically?** There is a well-known construction in perspective for drawing lines through the intersection of two... | |
| 1884 - 1106 páginas
...straight line and a circle intersect olwayi in two peinte real or imaginary. The conclusion as to tbe **two points of intersection cannot be contradicted...experience : take a sheet of paper and draw on it the** .-traight line and circle, and try. But you might say, or at least be strongly tempted to say, that... | |
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