## Euclidian Geometry |

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**drawn**from any one point to any other point ; And also that a terminated straight line may be pro- duced to any length in a straight line . A superficies has length and breadth but not thick- ness . The extremities of superficies are ... Page 2

Francis Cuthbertson (M.A.). An angle is formed by two lines

Francis Cuthbertson (M.A.). An angle is formed by two lines

**drawn**from a point . The two lines are called the arms , and the point the vertex of the angle . If the arms are in one plane the angle is called a plane angle , and if they are ... Page 10

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**drawn**from a certain point within the figure to the circumference are equal . That point is called the centre of the circle , and those straight lines radii . $ It is taken for granted that a circle can be described having any centre ... Page 16

Francis Cuthbertson (M.A.). PROPOSITION VII . It is always possible to

Francis Cuthbertson (M.A.). PROPOSITION VII . It is always possible to

**draw**a straight line perpendicular to a given ...**drawn**1 BC . From AB , AC cut off equal parts AD , AE . With D and E as centres , describe equal Os intersect- ing ... Page 17

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**drawn**more than one straight line perpendicular to it . FG- For if possible B let AF and AG be each of them 1 to BC . .. Ls FAB , FAC are equal to one another , and also 4 s GAB , GAC are equal to one another , which is impossible ...### Other editions - View all

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