An Elementary Treatise on Quaternions

Peter Guthrie Tait

  • Publisher: UP(Cambridge), 1890

Book Parts

  1. PREFACE: Preface and Preface to the Second Edition. Additions and Changes.Access to Book Part 
  2. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Contents.Access to Book Part 
  3. CHAPTER: Chapter I. Vectors and their Composition.Access to Book Part 
  4. CHAPTER: Chapter II. Products and Quotients of Vectors.Access to Book Part 
  5. CHAPTER: Chapter III. Interpretations and Transformations of Quaternion Expressions.Access to Book Part 
  6. CHAPTER: Chapter IV. Differentation of Quaternions.Access to Book Part 
  7. CHAPTER: Chapter V. The Solution of Equations of the First Degree.Access to Book Part 
  8. CHAPTER: Chapter VI. Sketch of the Analytical Theory of Quaternions.Access to Book Part 
  9. CHAPTER: Chapter VII. Geometry of the Straight Line and Plane.Access to Book Part 
  10. CHAPTER: Chapter VIII. The Sphere and Cyclic Cone.Access to Book Part 
  11. CHAPTER: Chapter IX. Surfaces of the the Second Degree.Access to Book Part 
  12. CHAPTER: Chapter X. Geometry of Curves and Surfaces.Access to Book Part 
  13. CHAPTER: Chapter XI. Kinematics.Access to Book Part 
  14. CHAPTER: Chapter XII. Physical Applications.Access to Book Part 
  15. CHAPTER: Miscellaneous Examples.Access to Book Part 

How to cite


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