An Essay on the Theory and Practice of Setting Out Railway Curves
John Weale, 1847 - Railroad engineering - 24 pages
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Page 23 - ... double of that which measures the opposite angle ; that is, double the sine of that angle measured in the circle ; therefore the sides of the triangle are to each other as the sines of the opposite angles measured in the same circle, and consequently as the sines of the same angles measured in the circle whose radius is that of the tables.
Page 23 - ... as the sines of the opposite angles measured in the same circle, and consequently as the sines of the same angles measured in the circle whose radius is that of the tables. Hence the following proposition...