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  1. The Elements of Euclid, viz the First Six Books, together with the Eleventh and Twelfth; Also, the Book of Euclid's Data by Euclid; Robert Simson, 1775
  2. The Elements of Euclid, viz. the first six books, together with the eleventh and twelfth. The errors, by which Theon, or others, have long ago vitiated these books, are corrected, and some of Euclids demonstrations are restored.... by Robert (1687-1768), ed. Euclides. Simson, 1825
  4. THE ELEMENTS OF EUCLID by Robert Simson, 1834-01-01
  5. The Elements of Euclid by Robert Simson, 2010-07-26
  6. The elements of Euclid, viz. the first six books together with the eleventh and twelfth: The errors by which Theon, or others, have long ago vitiated these ... of Euclid's Data, in like manner corrected by Robert Simson, 1838
  7. Euclidis Elementorum Libri Priores Sex, Item Undecimus Et Duodecimus (1756) (Latin Edition) by Robert Simson, 2010-09-10
  8. The Elements of Euclid, The errors by Robert Simson, 1781-01-01
  9. The Parent's Guide To a Liberal and Comprehensive Education by Robert Simson, 2009-04-10
  10. The elements of Euclid: viz, the first six books, together with the eleventh and twelfth : the errors, by which Theon, or others, have long ago vitiated ... are restored : also, The book of Eucl by Euclid Euclid, Robert Simson, 2010-08-28
  11. Zur Reform der Handels- und Verkehrsstatistik by Robert Simson, 2010
  12. Elementos de Euclides: Da versão latina de Federico Commandino (Portuguese Edition) by Robert Simson, 1768-01-01
  13. Apollonii Pergaei Locorum Planorum, Part 2 (1749) (Latin Edition) by Robert Simson, 2009-06-13
  14. The Elements of Euclid, Viz. The First Six Books Together with the Eleventh and Twelfth. The Errors, By Which Theon, or Others Have Long Ago Vitiated These Books, are Corrected, and Some of Euclid's Demonstrations Are Restored. Also The Book of Euclid's.. by Robert Simson, 1821-01-01

81. October 2000 New Books
Hsiang, Wu Yi. QA 387 .H77 2000. simson on porisms. simson, robert. QA484 .S56 2000. The geometry of schemes. Eisenbud, David. QA 564 .E357 2000.
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TITLE AUTHOR CALL NUMBER Seminaire de probabilites XXXIII Azema, J. (ed) QA 3 .L28 1709 Lattice-gas cellular automata and lattice Boltzmann models : an introduction Wolf-Gladrow, D. (ed) QA 3 .L28 1725 Seminaire de probabilites XXXIV Azema, J. (ed) QA 3 .L28 1729 Foundations of quantization for probability distributions Graf, Siegfried QA 3 .L28 1730 Quilts : central extensions, braid actions, and finite groups Hsu, Timothy QA 3 .L28 1731 Invariant factors, Julia equivalences, and the (abstract) Mandelbrot set Keller, Karsten QA 3 .L28 Scattering theory : some old and new problems Yafaev, D. R. QA 3 .L28 1735 Nonlinear potential theory and weighted Sobolev spaces Turesson, Bengt O. QA 3 .L28 1736 Classical microlocal analysis in the space of hyperfunctions Wakabayashi, S. QA 3 .L28 1737 Mathematics as sign : writing, imagining, counting Rotman, B. QA 41 .R67 2000 Polynomials with special regard to reducibility Schinzel, A.

82. Xah: Special Plane Curves: Deltoid
Cote s spiral) inversion. simson Lines. Deltoid is the envelope ofsimson lines of any triangle. (robert simson, 16871768). Step by
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Deltoid and its Tangents Mathematica Notebook for This Page History Description Formulas ... Related Web Sites
Conceived by Euler in 1745 in connection with a study of caustics curves.
Deltoid (aka tricuspid) is a special case of hypocycloid . (see Curve Family Index Deltoid can be defined as the trace of a point on a circle, rolling inside another circle 3 or 3/2 times as large in radius. The latter is called double generation. The right figure shows the coordination of both methods. O is the center of the fixed circle of radius a. C is the center of the rolling circle of radius a/3. P is the tracing point. OHCJ are colinear. JPT are colinear. TAOGE are colinear, where G, A are a/3 distant from O, and A is the center of the other rolling circle with radius 2/3 a. PHG are colinear and is the tangent at P. Triangle TEJ, TGP, and JHP are all similar and TP/JP == 2. Angle JCP == 3*Angle BOJ. Let point Q (not shown) be the intersection of JE and the circle centered on C. Points Q, P are symmetric with respect to point C. The intersection of OQ, PJ forms the center of osculating circle of P.
Tracing Deltoid (40 k)

Double Generation (74 k)

Tracing Deltoid

Constructing Osculating Circle
Let a be a scaling factor, and a is the distance from deltoid's center to a cusp.

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Insignia/ESG has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for Waterfront Corporate Center, a 934,000 SF office complex in Hoboken, N.J. Michael Stone will handle the retail leasing of the project on behalf of Insignia/ESG. Garrick-Aug Worldwide, Ltd. has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for the retail space at 255W. 23rd St. in New York City. The building contains approximately 3,000 SF of retail space. Faith Hope Consolo, vice chairman, and Joseph A. Aquino, managing director, will handle this assignment on behalf of Garrick-Aug. GVA Williams has been appointed as the exclusive leasing agent for 160 Chubb Ave., a three-story, 138,300 SF office building in Lyndhurst, N.J. David Simson, Robert Eisenberg, Janice Saxton, and Richard Plehn will handle this assignment on behalf of GVA Williams.

86. Sleeve Notes - Fraser-Simson: The Maid Of The Mountains
Love will find a way was written in Mr robert Evett s office She said her fatherhad told her We all said to Frasersimson, What we want is a waltz like
The Maid of the Mountains
Excerpts from the sleeve notes During the dark days of the First World War, two shows provided London theatregoers with romantic musical escapism. The Oscar Asche/Frederic Norton 'musical tale of the east' Chu Chin Chow notched up a London long-running record of 2,238 consecutive performances that would last for almost forty years. Though the 1,352 consecutive performances of The Maid of the Mountains seem modest by comparison, that itself was almost twice the previous record, and the run was terminated only when its leading lady José Collins cried 'Enough!'. The show's composer was born Harold Fraser Simson (the hyphen came later) at 3 Dawson Place, Bayswater, London, on 15 August 1872. He was the second child and eldest son of a well-to-do family, his father Arthur Theodore Simson being an East Indies merchant. His mother, née Jane Anne Catherine Fraser, was the daughter of a Scottish civil servant in the East Indies, and it was there that the eldest child was born. After returning to London they lived briefly in Bayswater before settling in south London. Harold Fraser Simson spent just two terms at Charterhouse School in 1886, before continuing his education locally at Dulwich College, where he became a member of the 3rd XV. According to Who's Who, his subsequent education was at King's College and in France, and he is also credited with being decorated a Chevalier of the Légion d'Honneur - presumably for service in World War I.

87. The Science Bookstore - Chronology
1687 AD, Newton, I. Equatorial bulge (shape of the Earth) Isaac Newton. simson,robert Born 10/14/1687, 1687 AD, 1688 AD, Thevart, A. Plate glass Abraham Thevart.

88. 1848 - Flugschriften Im Netz
robert/von (1799 Nepomuk(1816 - 1909); Simon, August Heinrich (1805 - 1860); simson, Eduard (1810, Eduard (1810

89. Bedrövligt Robert Gustavsson. Skäms !!! - Passagen Debatt
Bedrövligt robert Gustavsson. Sk Lukas, 20.01. Stäng krogarna .. simson, 20.01.Förbud, Jalle, 20.01. Skit bra av Robban, Öhrnen, 20.01. stroppen sörenstam ?

90. Anne Simson
unknown Anne simson ..unknown ..unknown Surrey( robert Rodger (1809) and
Anne Simson
Born around 1740 in Cambusnethan?, Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Married around 1765 in Cambusnethan? to Henry Stewart
Died sometime after 1786 in Cambusnethan?
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Not found. Born around 1740 in Cambusnethan?
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Not found. Died sometime on or after 1786 in Cambusnethan?
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Other descendants: Duncan Skillen of Farnham, Surrey
Robert Rodger (1809) and Marion Stewart Marion Rodger (1844) and Mungo Kennedy Elizabeth Kennedy (1872) and Robert Shaw Marion Shaw (~1894) and John Skillen Hugh Skillen (1915) and Jean Whyte John Walker of Nova Scotia (

91. Simson Line
This definition is somewhat strange, for nowhere in the works of robert simson(16871768) any reference was found to the line that bears his name.
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Given ABC and a point P, the feet of the perpendiculars from P to the sides of ABC form a triangle which is known as the pedal triangle of P. The definition apparently makes sense for any point P with no exception. However, according to a well known theorem proven in 1797 by W. Wallace , for P on the circumcircle of ABC, the feet of the perpendiculars are colinear. The line is known as the Simson line of P, or just simson . This definition is somewhat strange, for nowhere in the works of Robert Simson (1687-1768) any reference was found to the line that bears his name. On the other hand, he is said [ F. G.-M. , p. 496] to have discovered the theorem that bears the name of Stewart . He's also proved [ Coxeter , p. 41] the identity F n+1 F n+1 - F n F n+2 n between the Fibonacci numbers that explains the Fibonacci Bamboozlement puzzle. Back to the Simson line, do the points on the circumcircle have pedal triangles? Instead of making an exceptional case out of the points on the circumcircle, mathematicians found it convenient to talk of degenerate triangles, triangles with colinear vertices. By that

92. Simson
Thomas Simpson Desargues Euclide droite de Simson du point M relativement au triangle ABC. Relation de Simson : Elle exprime une relation de récurrence entre trois termes consécutifs de la célèbre suite de Fibonacci u n - u n-1 .u n+1 n Binet : Taylor Goldbach

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94. Simson
on the Nine Point Circle. The theorem is named for Scottish MathematicianRobert simson (16871768). At the suggestion of Edmond
Simson's Line Thm
Given any triangle ABC, draw the circumcircle and label any point on the circle P. The feet of the perpendiculars from P to the three sides of the triangle will all lie on a line. This line is called the Simson Line
Here are several properties of the Simson line. From point P, construct a segment to the orthocenter. The midpont of P-Orthocenter is on the Simson line. The point is also on the Nine point circle. The Simson lines for two points on the opposite ends of a diameter are perpendicular to each other, and meet on the Nine Point Circle.
The theorem is named for Scottish Mathematician Robert Simson (1687-1768). At the suggestion of Edmond Halley, for whom the comet is named, Simson devoted himself to the restoration of the work of the early Greek geometers, such as Euclid and Apollonius of Perga. Although Simson did make numerous discoveries in geometry and may have found a proof of this one, he certainly was not the first to do so. There seems to be no record of him publishing the theorem, and his name is attached because it was (mis?)attributed to Simson by Servois in Gergonne's Journal.
The rightful credit probably belongs to William Wallace (1768-1843), also Scottish, and a self taught mathematician. He is credited with publishing the theorem in 1799. He may also have preceeded both Steiner and Miquel in publishing the construction that leads to the

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(See robert Rankins article in BSHM Newsletter 31 (1966), pp. 4446). robertSimson (1687-1768) was the third Professor for 50 years from 1711 to 1761.
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