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Catherine at Honfleur ; St. Germain l'Auxerrois at Paris ; St. Vincent at Rouen ;

and St. Pierre at Senlis ; the choir and apse of St. Trophime at Arles ; the

part of St. Martin at Avignon ; some pure portions ( others , fig . 242 , showing the

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Catherine at Honfleur ; St. Germain l'Auxerrois at Paris ; St. Vincent at Rouen ;

and St. Pierre at Senlis ; the choir and apse of St. Trophime at Arles ; the

**greater**part of St. Martin at Avignon ; some pure portions ( others , fig . 242 , showing the

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Page 264

One angle is

formed are more distant . Thus the angle BAL ( fig . 223. ) is

CAB , because the lines AB , AL are more distant from each other or include a ...

One angle is

**greater**than another when the lines of equal length by which it isformed are more distant . Thus the angle BAL ( fig . 223. ) is

**greater**than the angliCAB , because the lines AB , AL are more distant from each other or include a ...

Page 267

... radius CL will be

be less than the radius CD , shieh is ( Prop . 1. ) impossible . The point L , then ,

must fall upon Fig . 243 . the are ADB . In like manner it may be proved that all the

...

... radius CL will be

**greater**than the radius CD ; ifit falls on F , the radius CL willbe less than the radius CD , shieh is ( Prop . 1. ) impossible . The point L , then ,

must fall upon Fig . 243 . the are ADB . In like manner it may be proved that all the

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Page 273

The square of CD is therefore

the line CD is

out of the circumference . And in like manner it may be shown that every point in ...

The square of CD is therefore

**greater**than the square of CT , and consequentlythe line CD is

**greater**than the line CT , which is a radius . Therefore the point D isout of the circumference . And in like manner it may be shown that every point in ...

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But the angle LAB is made equal to the angle G ; the angle D is therefore equ to

the argle G. 921. Prop . XLV . In every triangle the

But the angle LAB is made equal to the angle G ; the angle D is therefore equ to

the argle G. 921. Prop . XLV . In every triangle the

**greater**side is opposite to the**greater**angle , a the**greater**ongle to the**greater**side . In the uri ngle ABC ( fig .### What people are saying - Write a review

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