## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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The proposition in

The proposition in

**Book**V. , which proves that a polygon and circle may be made to coincide so nearly , as to differ from each other by less than any assignable quantity , has been taken from the Edinburgh Encyclopedia . Page 5

**BOOK**I. The principles , . .**BOOK**II . Ratios and Proportions , 34**BOOK**III . 41 The Circle and the Measurement of Angles , Problems relating to the First and Third**Books**,**BOOK**IV . 57 68 The Proportions of Figures and the Measurement ... Page 7

AN INDEX SILOWING THE PROPOSITIONS OF LEGENDRE WHICH CORRESPOND TO THE PRINCIPAL PROPOSITIONS OF THE FIRST SIX

AN INDEX SILOWING THE PROPOSITIONS OF LEGENDRE WHICH CORRESPOND TO THE PRINCIPAL PROPOSITIONS OF THE FIRST SIX

**BOOKS**OF EUCLID . Euclid . Legendre . Euclid . Legendre . Euclid . Legendre . 28 34 Cor : 2. 318 1 31 28 Cor . 1. Page 25

... therefore , GFB is a 1 ; right angle ; hence the two lines EC , BD , are perpendicular to the same straight line , and are therefore parallel ( Prop . XVIII . ) . a C wl D Scholium . When two parallel straight lines AB

... therefore , GFB is a 1 ; right angle ; hence the two lines EC , BD , are perpendicular to the same straight line , and are therefore parallel ( Prop . XVIII . ) . a C wl D Scholium . When two parallel straight lines AB

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ABCD adjacent altitude angled triangle base become Book called centre chord circle circumference circumscribed common cone consequently contained corresponding Cosine Cotang cylinder described determine diameter difference distance divided draw drawn equal equations equivalent expressed extremities faces feet figure follows formed four frustum give given gles greater half hence homologous hypothenuse included inscribed intersection less logarithm manner means measured meet middle multiplied number of sides opposite parallel parallelogram parallelopipedon pass perpendicular plane polygon prism PROBLEM Prop proportional PROPOSITION pyramid quantities radii radius ratio reason rectangle regular remaining right angles Scholium segment sides similar sine solid solid angle sphere spherical triangle square straight line suppose taken tang tangent THEOREM third triangle triangle ABC unit vertex whole

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