Wilhelm Fiedler

Wilhelm Fiedler Otto Wilhelm Fiedler (3 April 1832 in Chemnitz – 19 November 1912 in Zurich) was a German-Swiss mathematician, known for his textbooks of geometry and his contributions to descriptive geometry. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Salmon, George 1819-1904
Published 1860
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by Salmon, George
Published 1863
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by Salmon, George
Published 1863
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by Salmon, George
Published 1863
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by Salmon, George
Published 1863
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by Salmon, George 1819-1904
Published 1863
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by Fiedler, Wilhelm, 1832-1912
Published 1863
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by Salmon, George
Published 1865
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by Salmon, George
Published 1866
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by Salmon, George, 1819-1904
Published 1866
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by Salmon, George
Published 1866
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Other Authors: '; ...Fiedler, Wilhelm, 1832-1912,...
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