## Euclidian Geometry |

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... line has length but not breadth . The extremities of lines are points . A

... line has length but not breadth . The extremities of lines are points . A

**straight line**is one which lies evenly between its extremities . It is taken for granted : That a**straight line**may be**drawn**from any one point to any other point ... Page 2

Francis Cuthbertson. An angle is formed by two

Francis Cuthbertson. An angle is formed by two

**lines drawn**from a point . The two**lines**are called the arms , and the point the vertex of the angle . If the arms are in one plane the angle is called a plane angle , and if they are**straight**... Page 10

... line called the circumference , and is such that all

... line called the circumference , and is such that all

**straight lines drawn**from a certain point within the figure to the circumference . are equal . That point is called the centre of the circle , and those straight lines radii . It is ... Page 16

Francis Cuthbertson. PROPOSITION VII . It is always possible to

Francis Cuthbertson. PROPOSITION VII . It is always possible to

**draw**a**straight line**perpendicular to a given ...**drawn**LBC . From AB , AC cut off equal parts AD , AE . With D and E as centres , describe equal Os intersect- ing in F Join ... Page 17

Francis Cuthbertson. PROPOSITION VIII . From a given point in a given

Francis Cuthbertson. PROPOSITION VIII . From a given point in a given

**straight line**there cannot be**drawn**more than one**straight line**perpendicular to it . FG- For if possible B let AF and AG be each of them 1 to BC . ..LS FAB , FAC are ...### Other editions - View all

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Algebra base Cambridge centre chord circumference cloth Conic Sections Crown 8vo Describe a circle diagonals diameter divided draw a straight ELEMENTARY TREATISE English equiangular equilateral Euclid Examples Extra fcap fcap GEOMETRY given angle given circle given point given straight line Grammar greater H Let Hence inscribed intersecting isosceles triangle Latin Let ABC line bisecting locus Mathematical meet opposite angles Owens College parallel parallelogram perimeter perpendicular plane polygon PROBLEM produced Professor proportional PROPOSITION ratio rect rectangle rectangle contained rectilineal figure regular polygon respectively revised rhombus right angles Schools Second Edition segment similar Similarly squares on AC straight line drawn straight line joining tangent THEOREM TRIGONOMETRY twice rectangle twice the squares vertex