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

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be the given line upon which it is required to describe a triangle whose three

equal to the

be the given line upon which it is required to describe a triangle whose three

**sides**shall be equal . ... if the**side**DF be equal to the**side**AB , and the**side**DGequal to the

**side**AC , and also the angle at D equal to the angle at A , the two ...Page 268

produce one of the

to the two interior and opposite angles B and A taken together . ... Triangles

which have two angles and the

.

produce one of the

**sides**BC ; the angle ACD , which is called exterior , is equalto the two interior and opposite angles B and A taken together . ... Triangles

which have two angles and the

**side**which lies between thena equal are identical.

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the other two

CD . 940. Prop . LXII . Triangles the

equiangular . In the two triangles BAC , FDG ( fig . 295. ) , if the

the other two

**sides**proportionally ; that is , AC is to CF as AB is to BG , or its equalCD . 940. Prop . LXII . Triangles the

**sides**of which are proportional areequiangular . In the two triangles BAC , FDG ( fig . 295. ) , if the

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