# Coordinate Geometry of Two Dimensions by Hari Kishan

By Hari Kishan

The current booklet Coordinate Geometry of 2 Dimensions goals at delivering the scholars with a close research of Polar Coordinates, Polar Equations of a immediately Line and a Circle, Polar Equations of Conics, common Equation of moment measure and process of Conics? -- the subjects incorporated within the UGC syllabus. essentially intended for college kids of B.Sc./B.A. of numerous Indian Universities, the ebook precisely covers the prescribed syllabus. It neither contains the inappropriate nor escapes the basic issues. Its method is explanatory, lucid and accomplished. The analytic rationalization of the subject material is particularly systematic which might let the scholars to evaluate and thereby resolve the comparable difficulties simply. adequate variety of high-graded solved examples supplied within the e-book facilitate larger figuring out of many of the abilities valuable in fixing the issues. moreover, perform workouts of a number of kinds will absolutely turn out necessary in quickly revision of the topic. The figures and likewise the solutions supplied within the ebook are actual and established completely. a formal examine of the ebook will certainly convey to scholars a super good fortune. Even academics will locate it valuable in elucidating the topic to the scholars of arithmetic.

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