## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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**segment**is the surface or portion of a circle , included between an arc and its chord . 5. A sector is the part of the circle included between an arc DE , and the two radii CD , CE , drawn to the extremities of ... Page 55

All the angles BAC , BDC , BEC , inscribed in the same

All the angles BAC , BDC , BEC , inscribed in the same

**segment**are equal ; because they are all measured by the half of the same arc BOC . B Cor . 2. Every angle BAD , inscribed in a semicircle is a right angle ; because it is mea- ... Page 65

On a given straight line to describe a

On a given straight line to describe a

**segment**that shall contain a given angle ; that is to say , a**segment**such , that all the an- gles inscribed in it , shall be equal to the given angle . Let AB be the given straight line , and C ... Page 66

If the given angle were a right angle , the required

If the given angle were a right angle , the required

**segment**would be a semicircle , described on AB as a diameter . · PROBLEM XVII . To find the numerical ratio of two given straight lines , these lines being supposed to have a common ... Page 68

In two different circles , similar arcs , sectors , or

In two different circles , similar arcs , sectors , or

**segments**, are those which correspond to equal angles at the centre . ... the sector BAC to the sector DOE , and the**segment**whose chord is BC , to the seg- ment whose chord is DE .### What people are saying - Write a review

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