## Elementary GeometryJ.B. Lippincott Company, 1893 |

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ABCD adjacent angles altitude angle BAC angles are equal apothem bisects centre chord coincide common cone construct convex Corollary cylinder Definition diagonal diameter dicular diedral angle distance divided draw equal circles equally distant equilateral equivalent Exercise find the locus frustum given circle given line given point given straight line greater Hence hypotenuse included angle inscribed angle intercepted arcs isosceles triangle lateral area lateral edges mean proportional middle point number of sides parallel lines parallelogram parallelopiped pass a plane pendicular perimeter perpen perpendicular plane MN plane passed polyedral angle Proposition VI Proposition VII quadrilateral radii radius ratio rectangle regular inscribed regular polygon respectively equal right angles right triangle Scholium secant secant line segment similar slant height sphere spherical polygon spherical triangle square surface tangent tetraedron Theorem triangle ABC triangles are equal triangular prism triedral upper base vertex volume

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