| 1902 - 484 pages
...accuracy of the work. Now with E and F as centers and any convenient radius (about 2^ inches) draw **the arcs intersecting below AC at T. A line through...AC for greater accuracy. Proof. Since P and T are** equally distant from E and F, the line PT is perpendicular to A C. PROBLEM 8. To Bisect a Given Angle.... | |
| American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Engineering - 1903
...accuracy of the work. Now with E and F as centers and any convenient radius (about 2^ inches) draw **the arcs intersecting below AC at T. A line through...AC for greater accuracy. Proof. Since P and T are** equally distant from E and F, the line PT is perpendicular to A C. PROBLEM 8. To Bisect a Given Angle.... | |
| American School (Lansing, Ill.) - Architectural drawing - 1906 - 432 pages
...accuracy of the work. Now with E and F as centers and any convenient radius (about 2£ inches) draw **the arcs intersecting below AC at T. A line through...AC for greater accuracy. Proof. Since P and T are** equally distant from E and F, the line PT is perpendicular to A C. PROBLEM 8. To Bisect a Given Angle.... | |
| American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Engineering - 1906 - 582 pages
...accuracy of the work. Now with E and F as centers and any convenient radius (about 2^ inches) draw **the arcs intersecting below AC at T. A line through...AC for greater accuracy. Proof. Since P and T are** equally distant from E and F, the line PT is perpendicular to A C. PROBLEM 8. To Bisect a Given Angle.... | |
| Drawing - 1906 - 424 pages
...accuracy of the work. Now with E and F as centers and any convenient radius (about 2^ inches) draw **the arcs intersecting below AC at T. A line through...AC for greater accuracy. Proof. Since P and T are** equally distant from E and F, the line PT is perpendicular to A C. PROBLEM 8. To Bisect a Given Angle.... | |
| American School (Chicago, Ill.) - Engineering - 1906 - 586 pages
...accuracy of the work. Now with K and F as centers and any convenient radius (alxint 2^ inches) draw **the arcs intersecting below AC at T. A line through the points P** aml T will IK3 perpendicular to A C. In case there is not room below AC to draw the arcs, they may... | |
| American School (Lansing, Ill.) - Architecture - 1907 - 360 pages
...accuracy of the work. Now with E and F as centers and any convenient radius (about 2^ inches) draw **the arcs intersecting below AC at T. A line through...AC for greater accuracy. Proof. Since P and T are** equally distant from E and F, the line PT is perpendicular to A C. PROBLEM 8. To Bisect a Given Angle.... | |
| Frederick Eugene Turneaure - Civil engineering - 1908 - 474 pages
...accuracy of the work. Now with E and F as centers and any convenient radius (about 2 1 inches) draw **the arcs intersecting below AC at T. A line through...there is not room below AC to draw the arcs, they** 1113 y be drawn intersecting above the line as shown at N. Whenever convenient, draw the arcs below... | |
| Frederick Eugene Turneaure - Civil engineering - 1909 - 456 pages
...accuracy of the work. Now with E and F as centers and any convenient radius (about 2^ inches) draw **the arcs intersecting below AC at T. A line through...AC for greater accuracy. Proof. Since P and T are** equally distant from E and F, the line PT is perpendicular to A C. PROBLEM 8. To Bisect a Given Angle.... | |
| Architecture - 1909 - 466 pages
...and F as centers and any convenient radius (about 2^ inches) draw the arcs intersecting below А С **at T. A line through the points P and T will be perpendicular...AC for greater accuracy. Proof. Since P and T are** equally distant from E and F, the line PT is perpendicular to A C. PROBLEM 8. To Bisect a Given Angle.... | |
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