| Charles James - English language - 1805 - 1008 pages
...being fortified with б bastions. If the sides and angles be equal, it is called a regular hexagon. **The side of a regular hexagon inscribed in a circle is equal to the radius of** that circle; hum ea regular hexagon is inscribed in a circle, by setting the radius oí tí times upon... | |
| William Duane - English language - 1810 - 778 pages
...being fortified with ft bastions. If the sides and angles be equal, it is called a regular hexagon. **The side of a regular hexagon inscribed in a circle, is equal to the radius of** that circle; hence a regular hexagon is inscribed in a circle, by setting the radius of 6 times upon... | |
| Rev. John Allen - Astronomy - 1822 - 516 pages
...equal (Cor. 2. 29. 3), which hexagon is therefore regular (Schol. 6. 4. and Def. 7. 4). Cor. 1. — **The side of a regular hexagon, inscribed in a circle, is equal to the radius.** For, in the above construction, AB one of the sides of the inscribed hexagon, is equal to the radius... | |
| Rev. John Allen - Astronomy - 1822 - 508 pages
...(Cor. 2. 29. 3), which hexagon is therefore regular (Schol. 6. 4. and Def. 7. 4). It A. Cor. 1.—The **side of a regular hexagon, inscribed in a circle, is equal to the radius.** For, in the above construction, AB one of the sides of the inscribed hexagon, is equal to the radius... | |
| John Radford Young - Euclid's Elements - 1827 - 208 pages
...surface, circumscribed about equal circles, are also equal in perimeter. i PROPOSITION VI. THEOREM. **The side of a regular hexagon inscribed in a circle, is equal to the radius of** that circle. Let ABCDEF be a regular hexagon inscribed in a circle, the centre of which is O, then... | |
| Francis Joseph Grund - Geometry, Plane - 1830 - 274 pages
...in a circle, bears to the radius of that circle ? (See the figure belonging to the last Query.) A. **The side of a regular hexagon inscribed in a circle is equal to the radius of** that circle. Q. Why ? A. Because each of the triangles ABO, BCO, CDO, &c., is in the first place isosceles,... | |
| E. S. Norman Campbell - English language - 1830 - 284 pages
...Polygon consisting of seven sides and angles. HEXAGON. A geometrical figure having six sides and angles. **The side of a regular Hexagon inscribed in a circle, is equal to the radius of** that circle. Hence, a regular Hexagon may be inscribed in a circle, by applying the radius six times... | |
| Francis Joseph Grund - Geometry, Plane - 1834 - 190 pages
...inscribed hexagon bears to the radius of that circle? (See the figure belonging to the last Query.) A. **The side of a regular hexagon inscribed in a circle, is equal to the radius of** that circle. Q. Why? A. Because each of the triangles ABO, BCO, CDO, &c., is in the first place isosceles,... | |
| Thomas Holliday - Surveying - 1838 - 414 pages
...eight, a nonagon of nine, a decagon of ten, an undecagon of eleven, and a duodecagon of twelve sides. 2. **The side of a regular hexagon inscribed in a circle is equal to the radius of the circle.** Lintf hoiv fei ou-t j DCFE 0 CB c B Beat, 2.5 Liru/ AT Basc. of Offsets *r Perpendiculars on Ihe, Base... | |
| Enoch Lewis - Conic sections - 1844 - 234 pages
...same arcs, are likewise the tangents of the angle at A. ART. 26. It appears from cor. to 15.4, that **the side of a regular hexagon, inscribed in a circle, is equal to the radius of the circle.** But the side of a regular hexagon, inscribed in a circle, subtends an arc of 60° ; hence the chord... | |
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