## An Encyclopaedia of Architecture, Historical, Theoretical, & Practical |

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If , therefore , all the physical points which compose the surface of the sphere C (

fig . 354. ) be taken three by three , the whole surface will be divided into

exceedingly small

the ...

If , therefore , all the physical points which compose the surface of the sphere C (

fig . 354. ) be taken three by three , the whole surface will be divided into

exceedingly small

**plane**surfaces ; and radii being drawn to each of these points ,the ...

Page 291

Practical Geometry is the art of accurately delineating on a

generally useful ; for the surfaces of buildings and other objects are more

frequently ...

Practical Geometry is the art of accurately delineating on a

**plane**surface any**plane**figure . It is the most simple species of geometrical drawing , and the mostgenerally useful ; for the surfaces of buildings and other objects are more

frequently ...

Page 296

Joseph Gwilt Wyatt Angelicus Van Sandau Papworth. K F SEST . III .

TRIGONOMETRY . 1033.

whose object is the investigati and calculation of the sides and angles of

triangles .

Joseph Gwilt Wyatt Angelicus Van Sandau Papworth. K F SEST . III .

**PLANE**TRIGONOMETRY . 1033.

**Plane**Trigonometry is that branch of mathematicswhose object is the investigati and calculation of the sides and angles of

**plane**triangles .

Page 299

9-782796 To opp . side BC 2.365488 So sine LB 27 9.658037 16 9.990829 To

opp . side AC 2.240729 Or 374.56 2.573521 Example 2. In the

ABC , Let AB = 365 yards , LA 57 ° 12 LB Herein two angles are given , whose

sum is ...

9-782796 To opp . side BC 2.365488 So sine LB 27 9.658037 16 9.990829 To

opp . side AC 2.240729 Or 374.56 2.573521 Example 2. In the

**plane**triangleABC , Let AB = 365 yards , LA 57 ° 12 LB Herein two angles are given , whose

sum is ...

Page 302

The conic sections , in geometry , are those lines formed by the intersections of

a p with the surface of a cone , and which assume different forms and acquire

different proper according to the several directions of such

...

The conic sections , in geometry , are those lines formed by the intersections of

a p with the surface of a cone , and which assume different forms and acquire

different proper according to the several directions of such

**plane**in respect of the...

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