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Página 43 - TRIANGLES upon the same base, and between the same parallels, are equal to one another.
Página 23 - ... their centres. \\ Division of Circles. Circles, or arcs, may, like straight lines, have given distances marked off upon them, and may be divided into equal parts. The line which joins the extremities of an arc, is called the chord of that arc. When the arc is very short, its length cannot be ordinarily distinguished from that of its chord. It is ou this principle that any given straight distance may be transferred to a circle or to any curve.
Página 3 - ... TAPPAN, MA ROBINSON'S NEW GEOMETRY AND TRIGONOMETRY. 8vo, calf. 453 pages $1.60 Embracing plane and solid geometry, and plane and spherical trigonometry, with numerous practical problems. SPENCER'S INVENTIONAL GEOMETRY. (Science Primer Series.) By WM. GEO. SPENCER.
Página 4 - To its great efficiency, both as a means of providing interest in geometry, and as a mental discipline, I can give personal testimony. I have seen it create in a class of boys so much enthusiasm that they looked forward to their geometry lesson as a chief event in the week. And girls, initiated in the system by my father, have frequently begged of him for problems to solve during the holidays.
Página 5 - ... or of a kingdom; that a geometry still higher is the foundation of the noble science of the astronomer, who by it not only determines the diameter of the globe he lives upon, but as well the sizes of the sun, moon, and planets, and their distances from us and from each other; when it is considered also, that by this higher kind of geometry, with the assistance of a chart and a mariner's compass, the sailor navigates the ocean with success, and thus brings all nations into amicable intercourse...
Página 22 - ... the outside of the second, write the name of the boundary. In the third, write against the centre its name. And between the centre and the circumference of the fourth circle, draw a few radii and write on each its name. 23. Can you place two circles to touch each other at a particular point ? 24.
Página 47 - PROPOSITION 25. To find the centre of the circle, of which a given arc is a part. Let ABC be a given arc : it is required to find the centre of the circle, of which the arc ABC is a part. CONSTRUCTION. Draw AC, and bisect it at D. (I. Prop. 10.) At D draw DB at right angles to AC cutting the arc at B. (I. Prop. 11.) Draw AB, bisect it at E, and at E draw EF at right angles to AB meeting BD or BD produced at F*; then F is the centre required. PROOF.
Página 34 - When a polygon has all its sides equal and all its angles equal it is called a regular polygon.