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

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In the latitude of London , the distance round the earth , measured on the

In the latitude of London , the distance round the earth , measured on the

**parallel**of latitude , is about 15550 miles ; now as the earth turns round in 23 hours 56 minutes , at what rate per hour is the city of London carried by this ... Page 97

In the latitude of London , the distance round the earth , measured on the

In the latitude of London , the distance round the earth , measured on the

**parallel**of latitude , is about 15550 miles ; now as the earth turns round in 23 hours 56 minutes , at what rate per hour is the city of London carried by this ... Page 293

A parallelogram is a quadrilateral which has both its pairs of opposite sides

A parallelogram is a quadrilateral which has both its pairs of opposite sides

**parallel**. And it takes the following particular names , viz . rectangle , square , rhombus , rhomboid . 38. A rectangle is a parallelogram , having a right ... Page 294

When two or more lines are considered in relation to one another , they take different names , either

When two or more lines are considered in relation to one another , they take different names , either

**parallel**, oblique , perpendicular , or tangential . 52.**Parallel**lines are always at the same distance ; and they never meet , though ... Page 301

When a line intersects two

When a line intersects two

**parallel**lines , it makes the alternate angles equal to each other . A E B C 1 Let the line EF cut the two**parallel**lines AB , CD ; then will the angle AEF be equal to the alternate angle EFD .### What people are saying - Write a review

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