## Elements of Geometry: Plane and Solid |

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ABē ABCD ACē altitude angle formed apothem arc AC bisector bisects chord circumf circumference circumscribed coincide cone of revolution Const construct cylinder DEFINITION diagonals diagram for Prop diameter dihedral angles divided draw edges equiangular equiangular polygon equidistant equilateral triangle equivalent EXERCISE find a point frustum given circle given line given point given straight line greater homologous hypotenuse inscribed intercept interior angles intersecting isosceles triangle line drawn line joining locus meet mid point number of sides numerical measures parallel parallelogram parallelopiped pass perimeter perpendicular plane MN polyhedral angle polyhedron prism produced PROPOSITION Prove pyramid quadrilateral radii radius ratio rect rectangle regular polygon regular polyhedrons right angle right triangle SCHOLIUM secant segment similar slant height sphere spherical polygon spherical triangle square straight angle tangent THEOREM triangle ABC trihedral vertex vertical angle volume

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