## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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Very considerable alterations have also been made in the

Very considerable alterations have also been made in the

**manner**of treating the subjects of Plane and Spherical Trigonometry . It has also been thought best to publish with the present edition a table of logarithms and logarithmic sines ... Page 17

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**manner**, since the angle F is equal to the angle C , the line FD will take the direction CA , and the point D will be found somewhere in the line CA. Hence , the point D , falling at the same time in the two straight lines BA ... Page 20

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**manner**it may be shown that the angle E is equal to B , and the angle F to C : hence the two triangles are equal ( Prop . VI . Sch . ) . A Scholium . It may be observed that the equal angles lie opposite the equal sides ... Page 27

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**manner**it may be proved that OGA + GOC is equal to two right angles . Cor . 1. If OGB is a right angle , GOD will be a right angle also therefore , every straight line perpendicular to one of two parallels , is perpendicular ... Page 29

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**manner**, since AE , CB , are parallel , and AB cuts them , the alternate angles ABC , BAE , will be equal : hence the three angles of the triangle ABC make up the same sum as the three angles CAB , BÃE , EAD ; hence , the sum of ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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