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The Tracing of Higher Plane Curves
(Creighton University, 1933)
When one has studied analytic geometry, calculus and kindred branches of mathematics which depend to a certain extent upon the construction of loci he is confronted with the difficulty of determining a fairly accurate ...
On the Zeros of Certain Theta Identities and the Periodicity Properties of Certain Quasi-Periodic Functions Involved
(Creighton University, 1939)
In a recent article by Dwyer there are exhibited several identities of the form |(1) ϑ2 (x+y+z)φ111(x+y,-y)= ϑ3(2)x(x+y,x+2)- ϑ3(x+y)x(y,z), |where the thetas are the theta-functions of Jacobi, |φabc(x,y)= ϑ11 ϑ(x+y)/ ϑb(x) ...
(Creighton University, 1932)
The cartographer, faced with the problem of mapping one surface on another surface or on a plane, may select one of two alternative methods if he wishes his representation to be mathematically accurate. He may represent ...