| David Steel - History - 1805 - 392 pages
...length without breadth. A Superficies, or surface, is an extension, having only length and breadth. **A Body or Solid, is a figure of three dimensions; namely, length, breadth, and thickness.** Hence surfaces are the extremities of solids; lines the extremities of surfaces; and points the extremities... | |
| Thomas Smith Webb - Freemasonry - 1808 - 348 pages
...it j, namely, length. A superficies la a figure of two dimensions, namely, length and breadth. • A **solid is a figure of three dimensions, namely, length, breadth and thickness.** Of the Advantages of Geometry. By this science, the architect is enabled to construct his plans, and... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1811 - 406 pages
...that which has position, but no magnitude, nor dimensions ; neither length, breadth, nor thickness. **2. A Line is length, without breadth or thickness....of three dimensions, namely, length, breadth, and** depth, or thickness. 5. Lines are either Right, or Curved, or Mixed of these two. 6. A Right Line,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1816 - 610 pages
...that which has position, but no magnitude, nor dimensions ; neither length, breadth, nor thickness. **2 A. Line is length, without breadth or thickness....of three dimensions, namely, length, breadth, and** depth, or thickness. 5. Lines are either Right, or Curved, or Mixed of these two. ' 6. \ Right Line,... | |
| Joshua Bradley - Freemasonry - 1816 - 340 pages
...capacity, namely, length. A superficies is a figure of two dimensions, namely, length and breadth. A **solid is a figure of three dimensions, namely, length, breadth, and thickness.** '. The advantages of Geometry. By this science the architect is enabled to construct his plans, and... | |
| Samuel Cole, Freemasons. Grand Lodge of Maryland - Freemasonry - 1817 - 462 pages
...capacity, namely, length. A superfices is a figure of two dimensions, namely, length and breadth. A **solid is a figure of three dimensions, namely, length, breadth, and thickness.** Of the Advantages of Geometry.* By this science, the architect is enabled to construct his plans, and... | |
| Charles Hutton - Arithmetic - 1818 - 646 pages
...that which has position, but no magnitude, nor dimensions ; neither length, breadth, nor thickness. **2. A Line is length, without breadth or thickness....of two dimensions, length and breadth ; but without** thickuess. 4. A Body or Solid, is a figure of three dimensions, namely, le»gth, breadth, and depth,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1822 - 616 pages
...that which has position, bat no magnitude, nor dimensions ; neither length, breadth, nor thickness. **2. A Line is length, without breadth or thickness. 3. A Surface or Superficies, is an** eitension or a figure, of two dimensions, length and breadth ; but without thickness. 4. A Body or... | |
| Anthony Nesbit, W. Little - Measurement - 1822 - 916 pages
...contained within one curved line, but cannot he contained within fewer than three straight lines. 9- A **solid is a figure of three dimensions ; namely, length, breadth, and thickness.** 10. An angle is the inclination or opening of two Mow having different directions, and meeting in a... | |
| Anthony Nesbit - Surveying - 1824 - 476 pages
...contained within one curved line, but cannot be contained within fewer than three straight lines. ' 9. A **solid is a figure of three dimensions, namely, length, breadth, and thickness.** < 10. An angle is the inclination or opening of two lines, having different directions, and meeting... | |
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