## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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215 Construction and Description of the Tables , 223 Description of Table of Logarithms , - 224 Description of Table of Logarithmic Sines , 228 Principles for the Solution of Rectilineal

215 Construction and Description of the Tables , 223 Description of Table of Logarithms , - 224 Description of Table of Logarithmic Sines , 228 Principles for the Solution of Rectilineal

**Triangles**, 231 Solution of Rectilineal**Triangles**... Page 11

An equilateral

An equilateral

**triangle**is one which has its three sides equal ; an isosceles**triangle**, one which has two of its sides equal ; a scalene**triangle**, one which has its three sides unequal . 16. A right - angled**triangle**is one which has ... Page 16

F F If two

F F If two

**triangles**have two sides and the included angle of the one , equal to two sides and the included angle of ... Let the**triangle**EDF , be placed upon the**triangle**BAC , so that the point E shall fall upon B , and the side ED on ... Page 17

therefore , the

therefore , the

**triangle**EDF is equal to the**triangle**BAC ( Ax . 13. ) . Cor . When two**triangles**have these three things equal , namely , the side ED = BĂ , the side DF - AC , and the angle D = A , the remaining three are also ... Page 18

The sum of any two sides of a

The sum of any two sides of a

**triangle**, is greater than the third side . Let ABC be a**triangle**: then will the sum of two of its sides , as AC , CB , be greater than the third side AB . For , the line AB is the shortest dis- tance ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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