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

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lines at its extremities bears corresponding points of the curve ; then the line DE

will be loaded with all these weights ; and as the portions of the curve which

answer to each parallel AB go on increasing as they approach D , the

lines at its extremities bears corresponding points of the curve ; then the line DE

will be loaded with all these weights ; and as the portions of the curve which

answer to each parallel AB go on increasing as they approach D , the

**centre**of ...Page 343

The quotient is the distance CG from the

gravity of the sector . 1279 . To find the

arch DAEBF ( fig . 540 . ) comprised between two concentric axes , we must — 1 .

The quotient is the distance CG from the

**centre**C of the circle of the**centre**ofgravity of the sector . 1279 . To find the

**centre**of gravity of the crown portion of anarch DAEBF ( fig . 540 . ) comprised between two concentric axes , we must — 1 .

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The

following proportion : as thrice the radius less the thickness of the segment is to

the diameter less three quarters the B thickness of the segment , so is that

thickness to ...

The

**centre**of gravity of the segment of a sphere ( fig . 544 . ) is found by thefollowing proportion : as thrice the radius less the thickness of the segment is to

the diameter less three quarters the B thickness of the segment , so is that

thickness to ...

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BOOK I | 1 |

PAGE | 11 |

Arcades above Arcades 13 Basements and Attics | 13 |

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