Libros Libros Can you divide a common triangle into two equal parts by a line parallel to one of its 376. Can you divide a triangle into two equal parts by a line from any point in any one of its sides ? 377. Show how many solid feet there are in a solid yard. 378.... Inventional Geometry: A Series of Problems, Intended to Familiarize the ... - Página 83
por William George Spencer - 1877 - 97 páginas
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John Bennett (engineer.) - 1838 - 48 páginas
...the lines FG ; then will В contain the same area as A. FIGURE CX. The equilateral triangle divided into two equal parts, by a line parallel to one of its sides. Draw the vertical centre line C, divide the same into seven parts or divisions, as shown ; the third...
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Ellis A. Davidson - 1868 - 118 páginas
...therefore equal to the squares constructed on all three lines. 103 To divide a given Triangle, ABC, into two equal parts by a line parallel to one of its sides. (Fig. 115.) Fig. 115. Bisect one of the sides, as CB, in the point D, and erect the perpendicular DE...
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William George Spencer - 1876 - 97 páginas
...sine by calculation, and point out on the figure that it is equal to radius minus co-sine. 375. Gan you divide a common triangle into two equal parts by a line parallel to one of its 376. Can you divide a triangle into two equal parts by a line from any point in any one of its sides...
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William George Spencer - 1876 - 97 páginas
...divide an equilateral triangle into two equal parts by a line drawn parallel to one of its sides 2 37-4. Given the chord of an arc 50, and the sine of...parts by a line from any point in any one of its sides 2 377. Show how many solid feet there are in a solid yard. 378. Make an oblique square prism with two...
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William George Spencer - 1881 - 97 páginas
...plant 19 trees in 9 rows of 5 in a row ? 370. Can you convert a scalene triangle into <^ a>ymmetrical trapezium ? > 371. Place a hexagon inside an equilateral...into two equal parts by a line parallel to one of its 376. Can you divide a triangle into two equal parts by a line from any point in any one of its sides...
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William George Spencer - 1886 - 97 páginas
...divide an equilateral triangle into two equal parts by a line drawn parallel to one of its sides 3 374. Given the chord of an arc 50, and the sine of...equal parts by a line parallel to one of its sides ? i" 376. Can you divide a triangle into two equal parts by a line from any point in any one of its...
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John Humphrey Spanton - 1895 - 582 páginas
...equilateral triangle on a side of 2^" ; draw a similar triangle four-fifths of its area, and divide it into two equal parts by a line parallel to one of its sides. 6. Draw a circle three-fourths the area of a given circle, and divide it by concentric circles into...
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Seymour Eaton - 1899 - 340 páginas
...difference between two circles, proceed as in Problem 36. Lesson No. 13 PROBLEMS 38. To divide a given triangle into two equal parts by a line parallel to one of its sides. in F. From F, draw FG parallel to AB. FG will divide the triangle into two parts of equal area. 39....
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John Wesley Young, Albert John Schwartz - 1915 - 223 páginas
...segments x and a 4- x so that x(x + a) = c2. Then *+SL = 5.. Compare with Ex. 20. cx 23. To divide a triangle into two equal parts by a line parallel to one of the sides. 24. To divide a triangle into two equal parts by a line drawn perpendicular to one of its...
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1879
...various operations requisite both in the office and the field in order to divide a polygonal paddock into two equal parts by a line parallel to one of its sides. 7. The summit of a hill 10 miles distant is observed in coincidence with the horizontal wire of a welladjusted...
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