# New Plane Geometry

Ginn, 1899 - Geometry, Modern - 252 pages
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### Contents

 TRIANGLES 1 PARALLELS AND PARALLELOGRAMS 47 PROBLEMS 67 LOCI OF POINTS 80 EQUALITY OF POLYGONS 90 PROBLEMS 109 CENTRAL ANGLES 117 CHORDS AND TANGEnts 133
 THE THEORY OF LIMITS 169 A PENCIL CUT BY ANTIPARALLELS OR BY A CIRCUMFERENCE 177 SIMILAR FIGURES 185 PROBLEMS 194 THE MENSURATION OF PLANE FIGURES 201 THE PARTITION OF THE PERIGON 211 21 223 APPENDIX TO PLANE GEOMETRY 226

 ERALS 152 RATIO AND PROPORTION 159
 MAXIMA AND MINIMA 237 136 247

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