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

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254 248 Change of the

254 248 Change of the

**radius**441 Use of the tables .. 256 248 Inverse functions ..... 442 Logarithmic operations . 257 251 Exercises on arcs ......... 443 Exponential equations 261 255 Simple interest 264 258 Right - angled triangles . Page 291

The

The

**radius**of a circle is a line drawn from the centre to the circumference . 17. The diameter of a circle is a line drawn through the centre , and terminating at the circumference on both sides . ODO 18. An arc of a circle is any part ... Page 314

10 ) , or greater than its equal

10 ) , or greater than its equal

**radius**FB . From each of these take away the common part FG , and the remainder GA will be greater than the remainder GB : but the point G being supposed the centre of the inner circle , its two radii ... Page 315

A line perpendicular to the extremity of a

A line perpendicular to the extremity of a

**radius**, is a tangent to the circle . Let the line ADB be perpendicular to the**radius**CD of a circle ; then shall AB touch the circle in the point D only . DE B From any other point E in the ... Page 316

Draw the

Draw the

**radius**EC to the point of contact , and the**radius**EF perpendicular to the chord at H. Then the**radius**EF , being perpendicular to the chord CD , bisects the arc CFD ( th . 41 ) . Therefore CF is balf the arc CFD .### What people are saying - Write a review

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