## Elementary and Constructional GeometryLongmans, Green, and Company, 1898 - 138 pages |

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... example , you move a cube of glass from its place , and then imagine the space which it first occupied to be bounded by

... example , you move a cube of glass from its place , and then imagine the space which it first occupied to be bounded by

**surfaces**and lines , it will help you to form an idea of a geometrical solid . SECTION I INTRODUCTORY 1-23. Page 2

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**surfaces**will not be perfectly smooth : but the geometrical cube of your imagination is absolutely perfect ; every line is true , every**surface**perfectly smooth . It is a great aid to the imagina- tion to use physical solids for ... Page 4

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**surface**? Is the leaf of your book a**surface**or a solid ? Why ? Is one**surface**any thinner than another in Geometry ? Is a coat of paint a**surface**? Why ? 15. Can you , by placing a great many**surfaces**together , one upon another , form ... Page 5

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**Surfaces**have .... .dimensions , and are bounded by ..... 22. Lines have .... ..dimensions , and are bounded by ... 23. Points have ........ dimensions ; they show position only . SECTION II . 24. If it is not ... Page 8

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**surface**? 42. Can you trace the lateral , or side ,**surfaces**of Fig . 1 by the movement of a line as described in 40 ? of Fig . 2 ? of Fig . 4 ? of Fig . 5 ? 43. How would you move a line to generate the lateral**surface**of Fig . 3 ? 44 ...### Other editions - View all

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A B C D altitude angle formed angles alike angles equal answer antiparallel base angle bisect called centre chord circle circumference Compare compasses construction corresponding diagonal diameter direction distance dividing tool Draw a line edges equal triangles equivalent figure Find a square Geometry give hexagon hypotenuse Imagine inch inscribed angle isosceles triangle legs length line A B M N P measure method middle point mould move number of degrees oblique pair paper parallel parallelogram pentagon perpendicular piece plane polygon position principle protractor quadrilateral radius rectangle rectangular parallelopiped rhomboid rhombus right angles right triangle ruler scalene triangle scholium semicircumference shape similar triangles solid square form straight angle straight line strip surface symparallel tangent three lines trapezium trapezoid triangle A B C triangular prism triangular pyramid unequal vertex vertices width

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Page 111 - A circle is a plane figure bounded by a curved line, called the circumference, every point of which is equally distant from a point within called the center.

Page 66 - The straight line drawn through the mid-point of one side of a triangle parallel to the base bisects the other side.

Page 55 - Two triangles are congruent if the three sides of one are equal to the three sides of the other. Fig.

Page 49 - Two triangles are congruent if (a) two sides and the included angle of one are equal, respectively, to two sides and the included angle of the other...

Page 91 - The square described on the hypotenuse of a right triangle is equivalent to the sum of the squares on the other two sides.

Page 100 - The square root of a number is one of the two equal factors of the number.

Page 115 - In general, any rectilinear figure, as ABC, is said to be inscribed in a circle, when its angular points are on the circumference; and the circle is then said to be circumscribed about the figure. An angle is said to be inscribed in a segment when its vertex is in the arc of the segment, and its sides pass through the extremities of the subtending chord. Thus, the angle BA C is inscribed in the segment BAC.

Page 86 - ABCD tends to become a parallelogram, having a base equal to ^ the circumference and an altitude equal to the radius.