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

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Now the

the base BC . Produce BC both ways ; through the point A draw FG parallel to BC

, and raise the two perpendiculars BF , CG . Because the rectangle BFGC and ...

Now the

**surface**of the triangle is equal to half the product of the height AD andthe base BC . Produce BC both ways ; through the point A draw FG parallel to BC

, and raise the two perpendiculars BF , CG . Because the rectangle BFGC and ...

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The

figures A , a are similar , they are composed of an equal number of

corresponding points ; and since the homologous sides CD , cd are composed of

an equal ...

The

**surface**A is to the**surface**a as the square B is to the square b . Since thefigures A , a are similar , they are composed of an equal number of

corresponding points ; and since the homologous sides CD , cd are composed of

an equal ...

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3 PROJECTION OF

lines projected on vertical and horizontal planes may be applied to plane

plane ...

3 PROJECTION OF

**SURFACES**. 1134 . What has been said in respect of rightlines projected on vertical and horizontal planes may be applied to plane

**surfaces**; thus , from the**surface**ABCD ( fig . 463 . ) , parallel to an horizontalplane ...

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### Contents

HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE | 1 |

PAGE PAGE | 11 |

Areades above Arcades 854 Sect 14 Circular Windows 951 | 13 |

Copyright | |

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