| Peter Guthrie Tait - History - 1867 - 354 pages
...whether the spheres intersect or not. It is, in fact, what is called their Radical Plane. 221. Find **the locus of a point the ratio of whose distances from two given points is constant.** Let the given points be 0 and A, the extremities of the vector a. Also let P be the required point... | |
| Peter Guthrie Tait - 1867 - 364 pages
...whether the spheres intersect or not. It is, in fact, what is called their Radical Plane. 221. Find **the locus of a point the ratio of whose distances from two given points is constant.** Let the given points be 0 and A, the extremities of the vector a. Also let P be the required point... | |
| Philip Kelland - 1873 - 248 pages
...whether the lines which join them form a hexagon or not. ADDITIONAL EXAMPLES то CHAP. VIII. 1. Find **the locus of a point, the ratio of whose distances from two given** straight lines is constant. 2. Find the locus of a point the square of whose distance from a given... | |
| 1877 - 678 pages
...the vertical angle of u triangle divides the base produced into segments proportional to the sides. **The locus of a point the ratio of whose distances from two** fixed points is constant is a circle. 4. If a solid angle be contained by three plane angles, any two... | |
| Edwin T. Olver - 1879 - 158 pages
...the vertical angle of a triangle divides the base produced into segments proportional to the sides. **The locus of a point the ratio of whose distances from two** fixed points is constant is a circle. 4. If a solid angle be contained by three plane angles, any two... | |
| 1880 - 186 pages
...the vertical angle of a triangle divides the base produced into segments proportional to the sides. **The locus of a point the ratio of whose distances from two** fixed points is constant is a circle. (. If a solid angle be contained by three plane angles, any two... | |
| Arthur Sherburne Hardy - Quaternions - 1881 - 252 pages
...which is the equation of a sphere passing through o and having VfL — for a diameter. OD 15. To find **the locus of a point the ratio of whose distances from two given points is constant.** Let o and A be the two given points, OA = a, OR = p, R being a point of the locus. Then, by condition,... | |
| Arthur Sherburne Hardy - Quaternions - 1881 - 252 pages
...which is the equation of a sphere passing through o and having m OD — for a diameter. 15. To find **the locus of a point the ratio of whose distances from two given** po1nts is constant. Let o and A be the two given points, OA = a, OR = p, R being a point of the locus.... | |
| 1886 - 198 pages
...centres of the moon and earth, M, m the masses of ea,th and moon, R the radius of the earth. .. . But **the locus of a point the ratio of whose distances from two** points distant 8 apart is -S,c, is a circle of radius 5V* / I — K. 8189. (By Professor MATHEWS, MA)... | |
| Henry Martyn Taylor - Euclid's Elements - 1895 - 708 pages
...line is drawn cutting BC in D, and the angles BDA, CDA are bisected by straight lines cutting AB, AC m **F, E respectively: prove that AD, BE, CF intersect...of the angle APB meeting AB in C and AB produced in** D. CBD Because PC, PD are the bisectors of the angle APB, therefore the ratios of AC to CB and AD to... | |
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