## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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By a process of reasoning entirely

By a process of reasoning entirely

**similar**, it may be shown that the fourth term of the proportion cannot be less than AD ; hence it is AD itself ; therefore we have Angle ACB angle ACD :: arc AB arc AD . Page 68

**Similar**figures are those which have the angles of the one equal to the angles of the other , each to each , and the sides about the equal angles proportional . 2. Any two sides , or any two angles , which have like po- sitions in two ... Page 73

that the area of any other rectangle is computed in a

that the area of any other rectangle is computed in a

**similar**manner , by measuring its sides with the same linear unit ; a second product is thus obtained , and the ratio of the two pro- ducts is the same as that of the rectangles ... Page 84

Two equiangular triangles have their homologous sides propor- tional , and are

Two equiangular triangles have their homologous sides propor- tional , and are

**similar**. -- Let ABC , CDE be two triangles which have their angles equal each to each , namely , BAC - CDE , ABC - DCE and ACB DEC ; then the homologous ... Page 85

Observe , that in

Observe , that in

**similar**triangles , the homolo- gous sides are opposite to the equal angles ; thus the angle ACB being equal to DEC , the side AB is homologous to DC ; in like manner , AC and DE are homologous , because opposite to ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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