## The Competitor, Volúmenes1-21882 |

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**line**joining the middle**points**of any**two sides**of a**triangle**is**parallel**to the third**side**; and also that the**triangle**formed by the**lines**joining the middle**points**of the three**sides**is one - fourth of the given**triangle**. Let ABC be the ... Página 229

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**part**. 6. Prove that if a**straight line drawn**through the centre of a circle bisect a**straight line in**it which does not pass through the centre , it**shall**cut it**at**right angles : and if it cut it**at**right angles it**shall**bisect it . 7 ... Página 280

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**Draw two**tangents to a given circle which**shall**contain an angle equal to a given recti- lineal angle . B A C Let the angle B OC**at**the centre of the circle be the supplement of the given angle ;**draw**the**lines**A B and A C , touching ... Página 378

... the proof of this and the following exercise , we

... the proof of this and the following exercise , we

**shall**show that : The**straight line drawn**through the middle**point**) of one**side**of a**triangle**parallel to the base bisects the other**side**. Let M be the middle**point**of BC , a. 378 THE ...### Otras ediciones - Ver todas

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