## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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The point of intersection A is the vertex of the angle , and the lines AB , AC , are its

The point of intersection A is the vertex of the angle , and the lines AB , AC , are its

**sides**. A4 B The angle is sometimes designated simply by the letter at the vertex A ; sometimes by the three letters BAC , or CAB , the letter at ... Page 11

An equilateral triangle is one which has its three

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 12

that is to say , when following their perimeters in the same direction , the first

that is to say , when following their perimeters in the same direction , the first

**side**of the one is equal to the first**side**of the ... In both cases , the equal**sides**, or the equal angles , are named homologous**sides**or angles . Page 16

If two triangles have two

If two triangles have two

**sides**and the included angle of the one , equal to two**sides**and the included angle of the other , each to each , the two triangles will be equal . Let the**side**ED be equal to the**side**BA , the**side**DF to the ... Page 17

DF is equal to AC ; therefore , the point F will fall on C , and the third

DF is equal to AC ; therefore , the point F will fall on C , and the third

**side**EF , will coincide with the third**side**BC ( Ax . 11. ) : therefore , the triangle EDF is equal to the triangle BAC ( Ax . 13. ) . Cor .### What people are saying - Write a review

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