Ralph A. Roberts has written: 'A Collection Of Examples And Problems On Conics And Some Of The Higher Plane Curves' 'A Collection Of Examples On The Analytical Geometry Of Plane Conics'
W. M. Baker has written: 'Examples in Algebra' -- subject(s): Algebra 'Examples in analytical conics for beginners' -- subject(s): Analytical conics
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Mostly in Calc III you deal with them, not so much in Calc II and none in Calc I
circles, ellipses conics which are formed by cutting a cone with a plane not passing through its nappus
Robert Bix has written: 'Conics and Cubics' -- subject(s): Algebraic Curves, Curves, Algebraic
Samuel G. Barton has written: 'The normals to conics' -- subject(s): Conic sections
Conics, or conic sections, are the intersection of a plane with an infinite double cone. If that plane cuts both cones, it is a hyperbola. If it is parallel to the edge of the cone, you get a parabola. If neither is the case, it is an ellipse. The ellipse is also a circle if the plane is perpendicular to the altitude of the cone. Note that none of these are the case if the plane passes through the vertex of the cone.
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Mathematics"mathematics" is a plural noun already, the subject is Mathematics!
I have a B.A. in Mathematics would be correct.