# New Plane and Solid Geometry

Ginn, 1899 - Geometry - 382 pages

### Contents

 CIRCLES DEFINITIONS 114 CENTRAL ANGLES 117 CHORDS AND TANGENTS 133 ANGLES FORMED BY CHORDS SECANTS AND TANGENTS 4 INSCRIBED AND CIRCUMSCRIBED TRIANGLES AND QUADRILAT ERALS 136 Two CIRCLES 151 METHODS 152 RATIO AND PROPORTION 159 THE THEORY OF LIMITS 167 A PENCIL CUT BY ANTIPARALLELS OR BY A CIRCUMFERENCE 177 PROBLEMS 194 THE PARTITION OF THE PERIGON 205 THE MENSURATION OF THE CIRCLE 216 43 223
 PRISMATIC AND PYRAMIDAL SPACE PRISMS AND PYRAMIDS 291 THE MENSURATION OF THE PRISM 298 THE MENSURATION OF THE PYRAMID 308 THE CYLINDER CONE AND SPHERE 317 THE SPHERE 326 THE MENSURATION OF THE SPHERE 355 SIMILAR SOLIDS 364 TABLES 371 67 379 136 380 146 382 Copyright

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