## A Course of Mathematics: In Two Volumes. Composed for the Use of the Royal Military Academy, Volume 1Longman, Orme & Company, 1841 - Mathematics |

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**equiangular**, when all its angles are equal . When both these are equal , it is called a regular figure . 50. By the distance of a point from a line is meant the shortest line that can be drawn from the point to the line . It is shown ... Page 295

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**equiangular**, when the angles of the one are respectively equal to those of the other . 71. Identical figures , are such as are both mutually equilateral and**equi- angular**; or that have all the sides and all the angles of the one ... Page 297

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**equi- angular**, or has all its angles equal . THEOREM IV . When one line meets another , the angles which it makes on the same side of the other , are together equal to two right angles . LET the line AB meet the line CD : then will the ... Page 299

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**equiangular**triangle is also equilateral . THEOREM VIII . When two triangles have all the three sides in the one , equal to all the three sides in the other , the triangles are identical , or have also their three angles equal , each to ... Page 303

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**equi- angular**. Cor . 2. If one angle in one triangle , be equal to one angle in another , the sums of the remaining angles will also be equal ( ax . 3 ) . Cor . 3. If one angle of a triangle be right , the sum of the other two will ...### Other editions - View all

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ABCD algebraic altitude arithmetical arithmetical progression base bisect breadth centre chord circle circumference coefficients common cone cosec cube root decimal denominator denoted diagonal diameter difference dihedral angle distance divided divisor draw drawn equal equation equiangular EXAMPLES expression figure fraction frustum geometrical given line greater hence inscribed integer intersection join length less lineation logarithms mantissa measure meeting method multiplied parallel parallel ruler parallelogram perpendicular plane polygon prism PROBLEM proportional quantity quotient radii radius ratio rectangle Reduce right angles rule Scholium segment sides sine solid angle solution square root straight line subtraction tangent THEOREM third trapezium triangle ABC u₁ vulgar fraction Whence