## The Elements of Descriptive Geometry ... |

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... all the 2 $ , at the bases of the As , are together greater than all the Zs of the

polygon ; and . : all the 4s of the As = twice as many right ' s as there are As , i . e .

, as there are

...

... all the 2 $ , at the bases of the As , are together greater than all the Zs of the

polygon ; and . : all the 4s of the As = twice as many right ' s as there are As , i . e .

, as there are

**sides**in the polygon BCDEF ; and : all the < $ of the polygon + four...

Página 46

We have in the construction of the A used its altitude ; we might have employed

its

are a ' b ' and a ' d ' ; then make m 6 " = ab , mo " = ac ; draw the hypothenuse a ' l

...

We have in the construction of the A used its altitude ; we might have employed

its

**sides**. For the horizontal projections of the**sides**are ab and a c , their verticalare a ' b ' and a ' d ' ; then make m 6 " = ab , mo " = ac ; draw the hypothenuse a ' l

...

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The tangent at this point is the hypotheneuse of a rightangled triangle , one

of which is mr , and the other , which has ... The three

face of this pyramid is easily deduced , and they may be constructed successively

...

The tangent at this point is the hypotheneuse of a rightangled triangle , one

**side**of which is mr , and the other , which has ... The three

**sides**of each triangularface of this pyramid is easily deduced , and they may be constructed successively

...

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Instead of circles , let two polygons * ABC . . , A ' B ' d ' . . , be supposed to roll one

on the other ; and to simplify the subject , let the polygons be supposed regular

ones of any number of

Instead of circles , let two polygons * ABC . . , A ' B ' d ' . . , be supposed to roll one

on the other ; and to simplify the subject , let the polygons be supposed regular

ones of any number of

**sides**at pleasure , the**sides**of the one being equal to ... Página 46

We have in the construction of the A used its altitude ; we might have employed

its

are a ' b ' and a ' c ' ; then make mb " = ab , mo " = ac ; draw the hypothenuse a ' b

...

We have in the construction of the A used its altitude ; we might have employed

its

**sides**. For the horizontal projections of the**sides**are ab and a c , their verticalare a ' b ' and a ' c ' ; then make mb " = ab , mo " = ac ; draw the hypothenuse a ' b

...

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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.

Página 15 - HISTORY of the CHURCH of ENGLAND, to the REVOLUTION in 1688; embracing Copious Histories of the Thirty-Nine Articles, the Translation of the Bible, and the Compilation of the Book of Common Prayer.

Página 6 - IF two straight lines be parallel, the straight line drawn from any point in the one to any point in the other is in the same plane with the parallels.* Let AB, CD be parallel straight lines, and take any point E in the one, and the point F in the other : the straight line which joins E and F is in the same plane with the parallels.

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Página 2 - A solid angle is that which is made by the meeting of more than two plane angles, which are not in the same plane, in one point. X. ' The tenth definition is omitted for reasons given in the notes.

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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...