# Elements of Geometry: Plane geometry

American Book Company, 1896 - Geometry
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### Contents

 GEOMETRIC AXIOMS 4 PARALLEL LINES AND SYMMETRICAL FIGURES 15 TRIANGLES 32 THE CIRCLE 73 MEASUREMENT 87 PROBLEMS OF DEMONSTRATION 106 PROBLEMS OF DEMONSTRATION 154 PROBLEMS FOR COMPUTATION 160
 PROBLEMS OF DEMONSTRATION 193 PROBLEMS OF CONSTRUCTION 196 BOOK V 202 PROBLEMS OF DEMONSTRATION 229 66 233 73 242 DEFINITIONS 253 Copyright

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