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Blagoi N. Djokov
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In the paper ℜ3 is considered, but as a special and a new commutative ring. The elements of this ring are called tartaglions. Necessary and sufficient conditions, for a plane in ℜ3 to be representated by Cartesian tartaglion’s equation, are established.
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Djokov, B. N. (2002). About Tartaglion’s representation of planes. Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics, 8(3), 77-84.Chicago
Djokov, B. N. “About Tartaglion’s Representation of Planes.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 8, no. 3 (2002): 77-84.MLA
Djokov, B. N. “About Tartaglion’s Representation of Planes.” Notes on Number Theory and Discrete Mathematics 8.3 (2002): 77-84. Print.