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**Applied Differential Geometry First Edition Edition by Burke, William L. published by Cambridge University Press Paperback**.

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*Lectures On Differential Geometry*. Hence, at each point P on S, there are two orthogonal directions on S* which are also orthogonal. Hence the theorem. u alone V, a function of u alone

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