Mathematics which treats of the solution of plane triangles. In every plane triangle there are six parts : three sides and three angles. When three of these parts are given, one being a side, the remaining parts may be found by computation. The operation... The elements of plane trigonometry - Página 56por John Charles Snowball - 1837Vista completa - Acerca de este libro
| Charles Davies - 1871 - 431 páginas
...Mathematics which treats of the solution of plane triangles. , In every plane triangle there are six parts: **three sides and three angles. When three of these parts are given,** one being a side, the remaining parts may be found by computation. 46. An angle is measured by the... | |
| Adrien Marie Legendre - 1874 - 455 páginas
...Mathematics which treats of the solution of plane triangles. In every plane triangle there are six parts : **three sides and three angles. When three of these parts are given,** one being a side, the remaining parts may be found by computation. The operation of finding the unknown... | |
| John Charles Snowball - 1880 - 240 páginas
...Goniometrical Ratios, ought to be read before entering on the next Chapter. CHAPTER IV. ON THE SOLUTION OP **TRIANGLES. 69. A TRIANGLE consists of six parts, namely...placed at the angular points of the triangle; and the** length of the sides respectively opposite to the angles A, B, 0, by the letters a, b, c. 70. The Sines... | |
| William Findlay Shunk - 1880 - 318 páginas
...Trigonometry treats of the solution of plane triangles. In every plane triangle there are six parts, — **three sides and three angles. When three of these parts are given,** one being a side, the remaining parts may be found by computation. The operation of finding the unknown... | |
| William Findlay Shunk - 1890 - 339 páginas
...Trigonometry treats of the solution of plane triangles. In every plane triangle there are six parts, — **three sides and three angles. When three of these parts are given,** one being a side, the remaining parts may he found by computation. The operation of finding the unknown... | |
| John Cresson Trautwine - 1891 - 866 páginas
...by means of other parts which are known ; aud thus enables us to measure inaccessible distauces, Ac. **A triangle consists of six parts, namely, three sides, and three angles;** and if we know any three of these, (except the three angles, and in. the ambiguous case under " Case... | |
| William Findlay Shunk - 1908 - 345 páginas
...Trigonometry treats of the solution of plane triangles. In every plane triangle there are six parts, — **three sides and three angles. When three of these parts are given,** one heing a side, the remaining parts may be found hy computation. The operation of finding the unknown... | |
| John Cresson Trautwine - 1913 - 1225 páginas
...meaus of other parts which are known ; and tnut enables ns to measure inacceaiibl* din. tances, &c. **A triangle consists of six parts, namely, three sides, and three angles** ; and if we know any three of then, (exoept the three angles, and in the ambiguous case under " Case... | |
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