First Lessons in Geometry: With Practical Applications in Mensuration, and Artificers' Work and Mechanics

A.S. Barnes, 1840 - Geometrical drawing - 252 pages
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Contents

 and Remarks 15 SECTION III 23 SECTION V 30 SECTION IX 60 Measures of the round bodies 76 PART II 81 Dscription of Dividers and use 8788 87 PART III 117
 Of the circle 139153 141 PART IV 188 SECTION II 200 SECTION III 209 Of Cisterns 212 SECTION VII 218 SECTION III 233 SECTION IV 245

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