## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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The Circle and the Measurement of Angles , Problems relating to the First and

The Circle and the Measurement of Angles , Problems relating to the First and

**Third**Books , BOOK IV . Planes and Solid Angles , Polyedrons , 400mm The Proportions of Figures and the Measurement of Areas , - Problems relating to the ... Page 12

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 other , the second of the one to the second of the other , the

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 other , the second of the one to the second of the other , the

**third**to the**third**, and so on . Page 17

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

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 . Page 18

Let ABC be a triangle : then will the sum of two of its sides , as AC , CB , be greater than the

Let ABC be a triangle : then will the sum of two of its sides , as AC , CB , be greater than the

**third**side AB . For the straight line AB is the shortest distance between the points A and B ( Def . 3. ) ; hence AC + CB is greater A. Page 19

Second Case . If the point G fall on the side BC , it is evident that GC , or its equal EF , will be shorter than BC ( Ax . 8. ) . B Ꮐ

Second Case . If the point G fall on the side BC , it is evident that GC , or its equal EF , will be shorter than BC ( Ax . 8. ) . B Ꮐ

**Third**Case . Lastly , if the point G fall within the triangle BAC , we shall have , by the preceding ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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