## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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Now , there may be three cases in the proposition , according as the point G falls without the triangle ABC , or upon its

Now , there may be three cases in the proposition , according as the point G falls without the triangle ABC , or upon its

**base**BC , or within it . First Case . The straight line GC < GI + IC , and the straight line ABAI + IB ; therefore ... Page 20

Let the side BA be equal to the side AC ; then will the angle C be equal to the angle B. For , join the vertex A , and D the middle point of the

Let the side BA be equal to the side AC ; then will the angle C be equal to the angle B. For , join the vertex A , and D the middle point of the

**base**BC . Then , the triangles BAD , DAC , will have all the sides of the one equal to ... Page 21

1 that side is generally assumed as the

1 that side is generally assumed as the

**base**, which is not equal to either of the other two . PROPOSITION XII . THEOREM . Conversely , if two angles of a triangle are equal , the sides opposite them are also equal , and the triangle is ... Page 42

... the circle and its circumference into two equal parts . Let AEDF be a circle , and AB a diameter . Now , if the figure AEB be applied to AFB , their common

... the circle and its circumference into two equal parts . Let AEDF be a circle , and AB a diameter . Now , if the figure AEB be applied to AFB , their common

**base**AB retaining its position , the curve line AEB must fall exactly on ... Page 68

The

The

**base**of any rectilineal figure , is the side on which the figure is supposed to stand . 5. The altitude of a triangle is the perpendicular let fall from the vertex of an angle on the opposite side , taken as a**base**.### What people are saying - Write a review

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