If each of two curves meets the line at infinity in distinct, nonsingular points, and if all their intersections are finite, then if to each common point there is attached a weight equal to the number of intersections absorbed therein, the geometric centroid of these points is the center of gravity of the intersections of the asymptotes.

# Waring's Theorem

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## References

Coolidge, J. L.*A Treatise on Algebraic Plane Curves.*New York: Dover, p. 166, 1959.

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Weisstein, Eric W. "Waring's Theorem."
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