## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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10. All right angles are equal to each other . 11 From one point to another only one straight line can be drawn . 12. Through the same point , only one straight line can be drawn which shall be parallel to a

10. All right angles are equal to each other . 11 From one point to another only one straight line can be drawn . 12. Through the same point , only one straight line can be drawn which shall be parallel to a

**given**line . 13. Page 21

It the angle CB , then the side AB = AC ( Prop . XII . ) ; which is also contrary to the supposition . Therefore , when AB > AC , the angle C must be greater than B. PROPOSITION XIV . THEOREM . From a

It the angle CB , then the side AB = AC ( Prop . XII . ) ; which is also contrary to the supposition . Therefore , when AB > AC , the angle C must be greater than B. PROPOSITION XIV . THEOREM . From a

**given**point , BOOK I. 21. Page 22

From a

From a

**given**point , without a straight line , only one perpendicular can be drawn to that line . Let A be the point , and DE the**given**line . A Let us suppose that we can draw two perpendiculars , AB , AC . Page 23

Let A be the

Let A be the

**given**point , DE the**given**line , AB the perpendicular , and AD , AC , AE , the oblique lines . A Produce the perpendicular AB till BF is equal to AB , and draw FC , FD . D F First . The triangle BCF , is equal to the ... Page 24

Let AB be the

Let AB be the

**given**straight line , C the middle point , and ECF the perpendicular . First , Since AC = CB , the two oblique lines AD , DB , are equally distant from the perpendicular , and therefore equal ( Prop . XV . ) .### What people are saying - Write a review

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