## The Encyclopedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, and Practical |

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 40

Page 270

Because the square or parallelogram MLAB and the triangle MCB are between

the same parallels LC , MB , and have the same base MB , the triangle MCB is (

Because the square or parallelogram MLAB and the triangle MCB are between

the same parallels LC , MB , and have the same base MB , the triangle MCB is (

**Prop**. 29. ) equal to hali the square ALMB . Again , because the rectangle or ...Page 273

The angle C is measured (

half the arc AFC . But the angle C is greater than the angle B ; the arc ADB is

therefore greater than the arc AFC , and consequently the chord AB is greater

than the ...

The angle C is measured (

**Prop**. 42. ) by half the arc ADB , and the angle B byhalf the arc AFC . But the angle C is greater than the angle B ; the arc ADB is

therefore greater than the arc AFC , and consequently the chord AB is greater

than the ...

Page 280

The halves ( Corol . to

ABC , DFG , are therefore equal . 955.

the same point to a circle are in the inverse rutio of the parts which lic out of the

circle .

The halves ( Corol . to

**Prop**. 27. ) of these two rectangles , namely , trianglesABC , DFG , are therefore equal . 955.

**Prop**. LXXVII . Two secants drawn fromthe same point to a circle are in the inverse rutio of the parts which lic out of the

circle .

### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

angle appears arch architect architecture base beam becomes bricks building built called cast cathedral centre century church circle colour columns common considered construction contained course covered curve depth describe diameter direction divided draw edifices effect employed equal erected examples experiments extremely face feet force four front give given greater half height horizontal houses inches iron Italy joints length less lime material means mouldings nearly necessary observed obtained original parallel period perpendicular piece placed plane portion practice produced Prop proportion quarries radius remains respect Roman roof round says side similar solid square stone strength style supposed surface temple thickness timber tower triangle upper vault vertical walls whereof whole wood