## A Course of Mathematics: In Two Volumes. For the Use of the Royal Military Academy, Volume 1 |

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As , to find out the quantity or sum of all the three angles of any triangle , or to

As , to find out the quantity or sum of all the three angles of any triangle , or to

**draw**one line perpendicular to another . A Limited Problem is that which has but . one answer or solution . An Unlimited Problem is that which has ... Page 7

This is done as follows : Set or place the numbers under each other , so that each figure may stand exactly under the figures of the same value , that is , units under units , tens under tens , hundreds under hundreds , & c . and

This is done as follows : Set or place the numbers under each other , so that each figure may stand exactly under the figures of the same value , that is , units under units , tens under tens , hundreds under hundreds , & c . and

**draw**a ... Page 291

A circle is a figure lying wholly upon a plane superficies , and is composed of one curved line ( called the circumference ) such that all straight lines

A circle is a figure lying wholly upon a plane superficies , and is composed of one curved line ( called the circumference ) such that all straight lines

**drawn**from certain point in that surface to the circumference are equal to one ... Page 299

For

For

**draw**CD perpendicular to the base ; and conceive the triangle BCD to revolve about CD till the plane of it coincides with that of CDA . Then since CDA and CDB are right angles ( def . 25 ) , the line BD will coincide with DA . Page 303

Let the diagonal AC be

Let the diagonal AC be

**drawn**, dividing the quadrangle into two triangles , ABC , ADC . ... For , from any point P , within it ,**draw**lines , PA , PB , PC , & c . to all the angles , dividing the polygon into as many triangles as it has ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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