## Elements of Geometry and Trigonometry |

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The point of intersection A is the

The point of intersection A is the

**vertex**of the angle , and the lines AB , AC , are its sides .. -B The angle is sometimes designated simply by the letter at the**vertex**A ; sometimes by the three letters BAC , or CAB , the letter at ... Page 12

To signify that A is greater than B , the expression A > B is used ; the smaller quantity being always at the

To signify that A is greater than B , the expression A > B is used ; the smaller quantity being always at the

**vertex**of the angle . The sign is called plus : it indicates addition . The sign is called minus : it indicates subtraction . Page 20

Let the side BA be equal to the side AC ; then will the angle C be equal to the angle B. A For , join the

Let the side BA be equal to the side AC ; then will the angle C be equal to the angle B. A For , join the

**vertex**A , and D the middle point of the base BC . Then , the triangles BAD , DAC , will have all the sides of the one equal to ... Page 30

If from the

If from the

**vertex**of any one angle A , diagonals B. AC , AD , AE , AF , be drawn to the**vertices**of all the opposite angles , it is plain that the poly- gon will be divided into five triangles , if it has seven sides ; into six ... Page 41

An inscribed angle is one which , like BAC , has its

An inscribed angle is one which , like BAC , has its

**vertex**in the circumference , and is formed by two chords . * Note . In common language , the circle is sometimes confounded with its circumference : but the correct expression may ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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