Anf. 14. Ex. 3. The transverse 105, the abscissa 84, and the conjugate 35, required the ordinate. Ex. 4. The transverse 36, the abfciffa 28, and the conjugate 12, required the ordinate. Auf. 4.8., PROBLEM VIII. To find the area of an elliptic segment, whose base is parallel to either of the axis. RULE. Divide the height of the segment by that axe of the ellipse of which it is a part, and find, in the table of circular segments, an area, whose verfed fine shall be equal to this quotient: Then multiply the area fo found, and the two axes continually, and the last product will give the area of the segment required. EXAMPLE I. Required the area of the elliptic segment ECF, whose height is GC 20, and the axes CD and AB 70 and 50. Ex. 2. Required the area of an elliptic segment, cut off parallel to the conjugate, at the distance of 18 from the centre, the axis being 60 and 20. Anf 134.1876. Ex. 3. Required the area of an elliptical segment, cut off parallel to the transverse, whose height is 6, the diameters being Anf. 118 9008. Ex. 4. Required the area of an elliptical segment, cut off parallel to the transverse, whose height is 10, the diameters being 70 and 50. Aif. 391.3829 30 and 20. PROBLEM IX. To describe a parabola, the abscissa and ordinate to the axle being giá ven. RULE. Bilect the given ordinate BA in G, jön VG, and draw GD at right angles to VG, meeting the axis in D, and make VO, OF, each equal to BD, and F will be the focus of the parabola.' Take any number of points, x, x, &c. in the axis, and through these points draw double ordinates of an indefinite length. Then with the radii VF, Vx, &c. and centre F, defcribe the arches c, C, &c. and through all the points of intersection the curve may be drawn. Note. The line cFc is called the parameter. PROBLEM X. Any three of the four following particulars being given, viz. any trw ordinates and their iwo abc://as, to find the fourth. RULE As any abfciffa EXAMPLE I. Let the abscissa VC be 6, and its ordinate AC 5, required the ordinate DF, whose absciffa VF is 12. 6:25 :: 12 12 6)300 and 50 = 7.091 Anf. 50=DF: Ex. 2. The ordinates are 6 and 8, and the less absciffa 9, required the greater. Anf. 16. Ex. 3. The ordinate is 18, and its abfciffa 27, the other abseissa is 48, required its corresponding ordinate. Anf. 24. PROBLEM XI. To find the length of an arch of a parabolic curve, cut off by e double ordinate. RULE. To the square of the ordinate add 1 of the square of the abseilla, multiply this sum by 4, and the square root of the product will be the length of the curve required. EXAMPLE EXAMPLE I. Let the abfciffa VF be 4, and its ordinate DF 12, required the length of the arch DAVBE. 144 sq. of the ordinate. 16 sq. of the absciffa. 21.33 4 165.33 3)64 21.33 45)261 225 507)3633 3549 5141)8333 5141 51426)319233 308556 514322)1067623 1028644 38978 &c. Ex. 2. Required the length of the curve, when the abscista is 8, and the ordinate 16. Anf. 36.951. Ex. 3. Required the length of the curve, when the abscislà is 152 and ordinate 12. Anf. 21.071. PROBLEM XII. To find the area of a parabola, the base and height being given, RULE. Multiply the base by the height, and į the product will be the area required. Note. Every parabola is equal to of the circumscribing parallelogram. EXAMPLE I. Required the area of a parabola, whose base is 16, and height 20. To 20 320 2 3,640 2131 Anf. 400 Ex. 2. Required the area of a parabola, whose base is 302 and height 20. Ex. 3. Required the area of a parabola, whose base is 9, and height 14. Anf. 84. Ex. 4. Required the area of a parabola, whose base is 12, and height 12. Arif 96. Ex. 5. Required the area of a parabola, whose base and altitude are 15 and 22. Anf. 220. Ex. 6. Required the area, when the base and altitude are 3 and 4 Anf. 8. PROBLEM |