Andrew Searle Hart's papers

We have found ten papers written by Andrew Searle Hart and we list them below giving full references.


  1. On the Form of Geodesic Lines through the Umbilic of an Ellipsoid, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy (1836-1869) 4 (1847-1850), 274. (January 1849)

  2. Geometrical demonstration of some properties of geodesic lines, Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal 4 (1849), 80-84.

  3. On geodesic lines traced on a surface of the second degree, Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal 4 (1849), 192-194.

  4. An account of some transformations of curves, Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal 8 (1853), 47-50.

  5. On the porism of the in-and-circumscribed triangle, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 2 (1858), 143.

  6. Extension of Terquem's theorem respecting the circle which bisects three sides of a triangle, Quarterly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics 4 (1861), 260-261.

  7. On Nine-Point Contact of Cubic Curves, The Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy 25, Science (1875), 559-565.

  8. On the Intersections of Plane Curves of the Third Order, The Transactions of the Royal Irish Academy 26, Science (1879), 449-452.

  9. On Twisted Quartics, Hermathena 5 (10) (1884), 164-170.

  10. On the Linear Relations between the Nine Points of Intersection of a System of Plane Cubic Curves, Hermathena 6 (13) (1887), 286-289.

JOC/EFR February 2016

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