# Elementary Geometry Plane (Classic Reprint)

CUP Archive, Mar 18, 2018 - Mathematics - 376 pages
Excerpt from Elementary Geometry Plane

Similarly the lines which we trace on the surface Of a sheet of paper give some idea Of geometric lines. They are, however, only approximations to ideal geometric lines, no matter how finely they may be traced.

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### Contents

 Angles 7 Regular polygons 17 Pyramids the Tetrahedron 26 Parallels and perpendiculars 35 Cube cuboid prism wedge 42 Heights and distances 48 Points lines surfaces solids 55 THEORETICAL GEOMETRY 63
 80 106 MISCELLANEOUS EXERCISES 115 Miscellaneous exercises 131 SUBDIVISION OF A STRAIGHT LINE 140 The locus of a point which is equidistant 146 COORDINATES 9 152 83 162 Land surveyors method of finding area of polygon 183

 If two straight lines intersect the vertically 69 A theorem and its converse 76 ANGLES OF A TRIANGLE A POLYGON 80 CONSTRUCTIONS 103
 MISCELLANEOUS EXERCISES ON AREA 186 83 193 If a triangle is such that the square on 199 Copyright

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 Geometry Professionalized for TeachersHalbert Carl ChristoffersonSnippet view - 1933