## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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An equilateral triangle is one which has its three sides

An equilateral triangle is one which has its three sides

**equal**; an isosceles triangle , one which has two of its sides**equal**; a scalene triangle , one which has its three sides unequal . 16. A right - angled triangle is one which has ... Page 13

Things which are

Things which are

**equal**to the same thing , are**equal**to each other . 2. If**equals**be added to**equals**, the wholes will be**equal**. 3. If**equals**be taken from**equals**, the remainders will be**equal**. 4. If**equals**be added to unequals ... Page 14

If one straight line meet another straight line , the sum of the two adjacent angles will be

If one straight line meet another straight line , the sum of the two adjacent angles will be

**equal**to two right angles . E Let the straight line DC meet the straight line AB at C , then will the angle ACD + the angle DCB , be**equal**to ... Page 15

Hence , the angle FCD is

Hence , the angle FCD is

**equal**to the angel FCE ( Ax . 10. ) ; 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 ... Page 16

Let AB and DE be two straight A lines , intersecting each other at C ; then will the angle ECB be

Let AB and DE be two straight A lines , intersecting each other at C ; then will the angle ECB be

**equal**to the angle ACD , and the angle ACE to the angle DCB . D B For , since the straight line DE is met by the straight line AC ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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