## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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The

The

**common**name , proposition , is applied indifferently , to theorems , problems , and lemmas . A corollary is an obvious consequence , deduced from one or several propositions .. A scholium is a remark on one or several preceding ... Page 14

B Let A and B be the two

B Let A and B be the two

**common**points . In the first place it is evident that the two lines must coincide entirely between A and B , for otherwise there would be two straight lines between A and B , which is impossible ( Ax . 11 ) . Page 15

which can only be the case when the lines CD and CE coincide : therefore , the straight lines which have two points A and B

which can only be the case when the lines CD and CE coincide : therefore , the straight lines which have two points A and B

**common**, cannot separate at any point , when produced ; hence they form one and the same straight line . Page 16

Take away from both , the

Take away from both , the

**common**angle ACE , there remains the angle ACD , equal to its opposite or vertical angle ECB ( Ax . 3. ) . Scholium . The four angles formed about a point by two straight lines , which intersect each other ... Page 20

Then , the triangles BAD , DAC , will have all the sides of the one equal to those of the other , each to each ; for BA is equal to AC , B by hypothesis ; AD is

Then , the triangles BAD , DAC , will have all the sides of the one equal to those of the other , each to each ; for BA is equal to AC , B by hypothesis ; AD is

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