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

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The

equal to FM . ... as the squares of their

the ...

The

**radius**AL is equal to the**radius**AD : but AD is equal to FM ; therefore AL isequal to FM . ... as the squares of their

**radii**; therefore , since the square of the**radius**FM is equal to the squares of the**radii**FL and FG , the circular section ofthe ...

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If the triangle be right - angled , any unknown part may be found by the following

proportion : - As

angle To the other leg ; And so is secant of the same angle To the hypothenuse ...

If the triangle be right - angled , any unknown part may be found by the following

proportion : - As

**radius**Is to either leg of the triangle , So is tangent of its adjacentangle To the other leg ; And so is secant of the same angle To the hypothenuse ...

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Then EC will be the smaller

. For arches whose height is greater than their half width ( fig . 6296 . ) , draw CF

and BE perpendicular to AC , then EC will be the smaller

Then EC will be the smaller

**radius**, and EC added to AD will be the longer**radius**. For arches whose height is greater than their half width ( fig . 6296 . ) , draw CF

and BE perpendicular to AC , then EC will be the smaller

**radius**; and ÉC added ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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### Contents

BOOK I | 1 |

PAGE | 11 |

Arcades above Arcades 13 Basements and Attics | 13 |

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