APOLONIO DE PERGA Trabajos Secciones cónicas. hipótesis de las órbitas excéntricas o teoría de los epiciclos. Propuso y resolvió el. Nació Alrededor Del Apolonio de Perga. Uploaded by Eric Watson . El libro número 8 de “Secciones Cónicas” está perdido, mientras que los libros del 5. In mathematics, a conic section (or simply conic) is a curve obtained as the intersection of the Greek mathematicians with this work culminating around BC, when Apollonius of Perga undertook a systematic study of their properties.

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I, Dover,pg. If the cutting plane is parallel to exactly one generating line of the cone, then the conic is unbounded and is called a parabola. There are some authors who define a conic as a two-dimensional nondegenerate quadric. A conic section is the locus of all points P whose distance to a fixed point F called the focus of the conic is a constant multiple called the eccentricitye of the distance from P to a fixed line L called the directrix of the conic.

Traditionally it has been considered that mathematics as a science emerged in order to do calculations in commerce, to measure land and to predict astronomical events.

Let C 1 and C 2 be two distinct conics in a projective plane defined over an algebraically closed field K. Metrical concepts of Euclidean geometry concepts concerned with measuring lengths and angles can not be immediately extended to the real projective plane.

This can be done for arbitrary projective planesbut to obtain the real projective plane as the extended Euclidean plane, some specific choices have to be made.

After introducing Cartesian coordinates the focus-directrix property can be used to produce equations that the coordinates of the points of the conic section must satisfy. Dual curve Psrga curve Smooth completion. The semi-minor axis is the value b in the standard Cartesian equation of the ellipse or hyperbola. In mathematicsa conic section or simply conic is a curve obtained as the intersection of the surface of a cone with a plane. An oval is a point set that has the following properties, which are held by conics: If a conic in the Euclidean plane is being defined by the zeros of a quadratic equation that is, as a quadricthen the degenerate conics are: The next step in this development is the emergence of something close to a concept of number, although very early, not yet as an abstract entity, but as a property or attribute of a set concreto.


As multiplying all six coefficients by the same non-zero scalar yields an equation with the same set of zeros, one can consider conics, represented by ABCDEF as points in the five-dimensional projective space P 5.

Pascal’s theorem concerns the collinearity of three points that are perag from a set of six points on any non-degenerate conic. Pappus of Alexandria died c. In applications of algebra, Diophantus made contributions in his book arithmetic.

Karl Georg Christian von Staudt defined a conic as the point set given by all the absolute points of a polarity that has absolute points. The association of lines of the pencils can be extended to obtain other points on the ellipse. However, there are several methods that are used to construct as many individual points on a conic, with straightedge and compass, as desired.

The focal parameter p is the distance seccioes the focus or one of pfrga two foci to the directrix. In the complex projective plane the non-degenerate conics can not be distinguished from one another.

Treatise on conic sections

If another diameter and its conjugate diameter are used instead of the major apolohio minor axes of the ellipse, a parallelogram that is not a rectangle is used in the construction, giving the name of the method. Planes that pass through the vertex of the cone will intersect the cone in a point, a line or a pair of intersecting lines.

pegga The circle and the ellipse arise when the intersection of the cone and plane is a closed curve. The line segment joining the vertices of a conic is called the major axisalso called transverse axis in the hyperbola.

More technically, the set of points that are zeros of a quadratic form in any number of variables is called a quadricand the irreducible quadrics in a two dimensional projective space that is, having three variables are traditionally called conics. The first four of these forms are symmetric about both the x -axis and y -axis for the circle, ellipse and hyperbolaor about the x -axis only for the parabola.

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If the conic is non-degeneratethen: Such an envelope is called a line conic or dual conic. These standard forms can be apoonio parametrically as. The most general equation is of the form [12]. In all these texts the Pythagorean theorem, which seems to be the most ancient and widespread mathematical development after basic arithmetic and geometry mentioned.


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Although possessed some ability to estimate sizes and magnitudes, they not initially had a notion of number.

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Just as two distinct points determine a line, five points determine a conic. In the Euclidean plane, the conic sections appear to be quite different from one another, but share many properties. In the remaining case, the figure is a hyperbola.

His main interest was in terms of measuring areas and volumes of figures related to the conics and part of this work survives in his book on the solids of revolution of conics, On Conoids and Spheroids. The Euclidean plane R 2 is embedded in the real projective plane by adjoining a line at infinity and its corresponding points at infinity so that all the lines of a parallel class meet on this line. Non-degenerate conic sections are always ” smooth “. What should be considered as a degenerate case of a conic depends on the definition being used and the geometric setting for the conic section.

Three types of cones were determined by their vertex angles measured by twice the angle formed by the hypotenuse and the leg being rotated about in the right triangle. A property that the conic sections share is often presented as the following definition. If C 1 and C 2 have such concrete realizations then every member of the above pencil will as well. It can be proven that in the complex projective plane CP 2 two conic sections have four points in common if one accounts for multiplicityso there are never more than 4 intersection points and there is always one intersection point possibilities: Wikibooks has a book on the topic of: