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Solutions of the Exercises in Godfrey and Siddons's Elementary Geometry

Nature volume 71, page 248 (12 January 1905) | Download Citation



THIS book will be found very useful to all, both pupils and teachers, who use the well known work of Messrs. Godfrey and Siddons. The solutions, 1836 in number, contain not only the deductive, but the drawing exercises, the figures being all such as the pupil is required to construct. We cannot refrain from pleading for a better figure of a hyperbola than that given on p. 143, which a trained eye rejects at once, although it is not essential to the pupil's work.

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