| Euclid, Henry Sinclair Hall, Frederick Haller Stevens - Euclid's Elements - 1900 - 330 pages
...CEF; I. 15. therefore the triangle AEB is equal to the triangle CEF in all respects : I. 4. so that **the angle BAE is equal to the angle ECF. But the angle ECD is greater than** its part, the angle ECF ; therefore the angle ECD is greater than the angle BAE; that is, the angle... | |
| Euclid - Euclid's Elements - 1904 - 488 pages
...CEF; I. 15. therefore the triangle AEB is equal to the triangle CEF in all respects : I. 4. so that **the angle BAE is equal to the angle ECF. But the angle ECD is greater than** its part, the angle ECF ; therefore the angle ECD is greater than the angle BAE ; that is, the angle... | |
| Judith Cederberg - Mathematics - 2004 - 472 pages
...equal to the remaining angles respectively, namely those which the equal sides subtend; [1.4] therefore **the angle BAE is equal to the angle ECF . But the angle ECD is greater than the angle ECF;** [CN 5] therefore the angle ACD is greater than the angle BAE. Similarly, also, if EC be bisected, the... | |
| Luke Hodgkin - Mathematics - 2005 - 302 pages
...remaining angles, respectively, namely those opposite the equal sides. Therefore, the angle BAE equals **the angle ECF. But the angle ECD is greater than the...therefore the angle ACD is greater than the angle BAE.** Similarly, if BC is bisected, then the angle BCG, that is, the angle ACD, can also be proved to be... | |
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