## Euclidian Geometry |

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**taken**from equals the remainders are equal . If equals be added to unequals the wholes are unequal . If equals be**taken**from unequals the remainders are un- equal . Things which are double of equal things are equal to one another ... Page 1

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**taken**for granted : That a straight line may be 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 ... Page 3

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**taken**up , reversed , and then applied to its 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 ... Page 5

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**taken**up , re- versed , and then applied to its former position so that A. might fall on its former position and ABG along that of ACH ; then would ACH fall along that of ABG ; also B would fall on that of C , · . · AB is = AC , and Con ... Page 7

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**taken**up , reversed , and applied . to the former position of BC and on the same side of it as before , so that C may fall on the former position of B and B on that of C ; then will CA fall along that of BA , · . · △ ABC is = 4 ACB ...### Other editions - View all

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