Elements of Descriptive Geometry
Macmillan and Company, 1878 - Geometry, Descriptive - 202 pages
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auxiliary axes axis base called centre circle circular College common section cone Construction Crown 8vo curve curve of intersection cuts cylinder describe determine diameter distance draw drawn edge Edition ELEMENTARY elevation ellipse equal Examples faces figure find the projections four Geometry given line given point ground line Hence horizontal plane horizontal projection horizontal trace inclined limiting meet meridian method Natural numerous Illustrations parallel passing perpendicular Philosophy PHYSICAL plane containing plane LMN plane of projection plane required point of intersection position Prob PROBLEM Professor Proof rabatment radius regular required to find respectively revised revolving right angles SCIENCE SCIENTIFIC side similar solid solution sphere square straight line surface surface of revolution taken tangent plane Theor THEOREM Third tion touch TREATISE triangle turned University vertex vertical plane vertical projection vertical trace
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