Inventional Geometry: A Series of Problems : Intended to Familiarize the Pupil with Geometrical Conceptions, and to Exercise His Inventive Faculty
American Book Company, 1876 - 97 páginas
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Página 41 - TRIANGLES upon the same base, and between the same parallels, are equal to one another.
Página 21 - All arcs of circles that are not so great as a semi-circumference are called less arcs. A line that joins the extremities of an arc is called the chord of that arc. When two radii connect together any two points in the circumference of a circle which are on exactly the opposite sides of the centre, they make a chord, which is called the diameter of the circle, and such diameter divides the circle into two equal segments, 1 which take the name of semicircles.