## Euclidian Geometry |

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**Definitions**and Axioms , instead of being all at the beginning of the book , have been in- troduced when required . The great objection entertained by those in authority at the Universities towards modern text - books on Geometry is ... Page xiv

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**Definitions**and Enunciations of previous Theorems on Proportion made use of to be stated . Any proofs allowed , the Axiom or Lemma on which they depend being stated . With regard to Euc . VI . Any proofs allowed , the**Definition**or test ... Page xvi

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**definitions**, see p . 86 . ,, 107 ,,, 6 , for divides read divide . ,, 129 ,,, 1 , add if possible , let them bisect each other ; IZI ,,, 13 , omit to it . " " " 201. In the diagram the diagonal of FB is AC . M PLANE GEOMETRY . BOOK I ... Page 3

... former position , so that A fell on its former position and AC along that of AB ; then would AB fall along that of AC . STRAIGHT LINES , ANGLES AND TRIANGLES .

... former position , so that A fell on its former position and AC along that of AB ; then would AB fall along that of AC . STRAIGHT LINES , ANGLES AND TRIANGLES .

**DEFINITION**. A I - 2 INTRODUCTION . 3 Hence it follows that ... Page 4

Francis Cuthbertson (M.A.). STRAIGHT LINES , ANGLES AND TRIANGLES .

Francis Cuthbertson (M.A.). STRAIGHT LINES , ANGLES AND TRIANGLES .

**DEFINITION**. A triangle is a plane figure contained by three straight lines . PROPOSITION I. If two sides ...**DEFINITION**. An isosceles triangle is one which has two ( 4 )### Other editions - View all

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