## The Elements of Descriptive Geometry ... |

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Hence may we find how many of the plane ≤ of an equilateral and equiangular

Hence may we find how many of the plane ≤ of an equilateral and equiangular

**polygon**be taken to form a solid angle . 1o . Let the plane r Then each △ be that of an equilateral △ . 60 ° ; and = 240 , 5 × 60 = 300 : a solid 5 equals of ... Página 17

... of the plane same may be said of the than six sides . S S = 120 ° , no solid can of a regular hexagon ; and the of a

... of the plane same may be said of the than six sides . S S = 120 ° , no solid can of a regular hexagon ; and the of a

**polygon**containing more E F A B D DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY . 1. THE object of Descriptive Geometry is INTRODUCTION . 17. Página 52

We may consider a curve to be a

We may consider a curve to be a

**polygon**, of which the sides are infinitely small , and one of its tangents to be the prolongation of one of these indefinitely small sides . In the same manner a curve surface may be considered as a ... Página 97

... now be proved that it also lies in a plane tangential to a second sphere , which would have for its centre the point in which the moving circle touches the fixed one in that position . F Instead of circles , let two

... now be proved that it also lies in a plane tangential to a second sphere , which would have for its centre the point in which the moving circle touches the fixed one in that position . F Instead of circles , let two

**polygons*** ABC . Página 98

Instead of circles , let two

Instead of circles , let two

**polygons*** ABC .. , A'B'C ' .. , be supposed to roll one on the other ; and to simplify ... and let the angle a ' coincide with A ; the**polygon**ABC being assumed as fixed , let A'B'C ' turn round the point a ...### Opinião das pessoas - Escrever uma crítica

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Página 11 - If two straight lines meeting one another be parallel to two other straight lines which meet one another, but are not in the same plane with the first two; the plane which passes through these is parallel to the plane passing through the others.

Página 10 - From the same point in a given plane there cannot be two straight lines at right angles to the plane, upon the same side of it : and there can be but one perpendicular to a plane from a point above the plane.

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Página 7 - Two straight lines which are each of them parallel to the same straight line, and not in the same plane with it, are parallel to one another. Let AB...