## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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A F B We might here take AF - AD , and actually apply it upon AB ; we should find it to be contained twice with a remainder : but as that remainder , and those which succeed it ,

A F B We might here take AF - AD , and actually apply it upon AB ; we should find it to be contained twice with a remainder : but as that remainder , and those which succeed it ,

**conE**tinue diminishing , and would soon elude our ... Page 166

A

A

**cone**is the solid generated by the revolution of a rightangled triangle SAB , conceived to turn about the immoveable side SA . In this movement , the side AB describes a circle BDCE , named the buse of the**cone**; the hypothenuse SB ... Page 167

Two cylinders , or two

Two cylinders , or two

**cones**, are similar , when their axes are to each other as the diameters of their bases . 5. ... If in the circle ABCDE , which forms the base of a**cone**, any polygon ABCDE be inscribed , and from the vertices A ... Page 168

The Cylinder , the

The Cylinder , the

**Cone**, and the Sphere , are the three round bodies treated of in the Elements of Geometry . PROPOSITION I. THEOREM . The convex surface of a cylinder 168 GEOMETRY . Page 171

The convex surface of a

The convex surface of a

**cone**is equal to the circumference of its base , multiplied by half its side . G Let the circle ABCD be the base of a**cone**, S the vertex , SO the altitude , and SA the side then will its convex surface be equal ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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