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Trigonometry. By Frederick Anderegg and Edward Drake Roe, Jr. 

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In this revised edition some demonstrations, which experience has 
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Syllabus of Plane Geometry. Arranged in Groups for Emphasis and 
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This syllabus is an attempt to organize the subject of plane geometry 

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