## Abstract

This chapter is devoted to the study of Plane Euclidean Geometry through the use of the *analytic* or *cartesian method* , in contraposition to the synthetic method—around which the exposition has been built in the previous chapters—, and to the trigonometric method, which will be presented in the next chapter. As a result of such an approach, we will be able to develop certain aspects of the theory which have been postponed until here, the most notable of them being a first acquaintance with *conics*.

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