## Elements of Geometry |

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**triangle**is that which has one right angle . The side opposite to the right angle is called the hypothenuse . Fig . 10. Thus**ABC**( fig . 10 ) is a**triangle**right - angled at A , and the side BC is the hypothenuse . Fig . 11 . Fig . 12 ... Page 7

... triangle DEF is equal to the

... triangle DEF is equal to the

**triangle ABC**( 26 ) . 37. Corollary . When , in two triangles , these three things are equal , namely , the angle AD , the side AB DE , and the = side AC = DF , we may thence infer , that the other three are ... Page 8

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**triangle ABC**, there be drawn straight lines OB , OC , to the extremities of BC , one of its sides , the sum of these lines will be less than that of AB , AC , the two other sides . Demonstration . Let BO be produced till it meet the ... Page 10

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**triangle**to the middle of the base , is perpendicular to that base , and divides the vertical angle into two equal ...**ABC**ACB ( fig . 29 ) , the side AC will be equal to the side AB . For , if these sides are not equal , let AB be the ... Page 11

... triangle CBF is equal to the

... triangle CBF is equal to the

**triangle ABC**. For the angle CBF is a right angle ( 29 ) , as well as CBA , and the side BF BA ; therefore the triangles are equal ( 36 ) , and the angle BCF - BCA . But BCA is , by hypothesis , a right ...### Other editions - View all

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