2 edition of Mathematics practically applied to the useful and fine arts found in the catalog.
Mathematics practically applied to the useful and fine arts
|Statement||adapted to the state of the Arts in England by G. Birkbeck.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 301 p.|
|Number of Pages||301|
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MATHEMATICS PRACTICALLY APPLIED TO THE USEFUL AND FINE ARTS MATHEMATICS PRACTICALLY APPLIED TO THE USEFUL AND FINE ARTS: en_US: ative: APPLIED TO THE STATE OF THE ARTS IN ENGLAND: en_US: : Book: en_US: ngcentre: C-DAC KOLKATA: en_US: ngnumber: UJPL._ Mathematics practically applied to the useful and fine arts.
London, Printed for C. Tait, [etc.] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles. Full text of "Mathematics Practically Applied to the Useful and Fine Arts" See other formats. Additional Physical Format: Print version: Dupin, Charles, baron, Mathematics practically applied to the useful and fine arts.
London, Printed for C. Tait, Mathematics practically applied to the useful and fine arts. Geometry of the arts. (London, Printed for C. Tait, [etc.], ), by Charles Dupin and George Birkbeck (page images at HathiTrust) Freehand drafting, (New York, D.
Van Nostrand Company, ), by Anthony E. Zipprich (page images at HathiTrust). Baron Pierre Charles François Dupin (6 OctoberVarzy, Nièvre – 18 JanuaryParis, France) was a French Catholic mathematician, engineer, economist, politician, and Professor of Mathematics and Economics at the Conservatory of Arts and Professions in Dupin cyclide and Dupin indicatrix are named after him; and in he created the earliest known choropleth map.
Mathematics practically applied to the useful and fine arts.: Geometry of the art / by Baron Charles Dupin ; adapted to the state of the arts in England by George Birkbeck Dupin, Charles baron, [ Book: ] At State Library of NSW.
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