On the Class of Cubic Surfaces


IN Salmon's “Geometry of Three Dimensions,” the classes of the twenty-three different species of cubic surfaces are stated; but the process by which these results are obtained is not obvious. I therefore propose to indicate an easy method.

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BASSET, A. On the Class of Cubic Surfaces. Nature 72, 484 (1905) doi:10.1038/072484b0

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