From Frenchbrocard, cognate with Medieval Latin brocarda, brocardicorum opus, a collection of canonical laws written by the bishop Burchard of Worms.
Brocard Sentence Examples
Brocard, Essai sur la Mete'orologie de Kepler (Grenoble, 1 879, 1881); Siegmund Gunther, Johannes Kepler and der tellurischkosmische Magnetismus (Wien, 1888); N.
A historical bibliography of these curves is given in Brocard, Notes de bibliographie des courbes geometriques (1897).
In this article the equations to the more important circles - the circumscribed, inscribed, escribed, self-conjugate--will be given; reference should be made to the article Triangle for the consideration of other circles (nine-point, Brocard, Lemoine, &c.); while in the article Geometry: Analytical, the principles of the different systems are discussed.