2 edition of **foundations and development of the enumerative geometry of triangles.1963.** found in the catalog.

foundations and development of the enumerative geometry of triangles.1963.

Philip Samuel Haskell

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**1963**
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Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Ph.D. thesis of the University of London.

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