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... [No construction of this prob. has been received. — Prof. J. Scheffer writes: "If we describe a circle about one of the extrmities of the lower base of the quadrilateral as a centre, with a radius equal to one of the sides, and another circle about...
The Analyst: A Monthly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics - Page 175
1874
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## The Workman's Manual of Engineering Drawing

John Maxton - 1871 - 372 pages
...having its three sides of given lengths. 1. Let AB, Fig. Ill, equal the base of the triangle. On A as a centre, with a radius equal to one of the sides, describe an arc. 2. On B as a centre, with a radius equal to the third side, describe an arc cutting...
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## The Analyst, Volumes 1-2

1874 - 490 pages
...construct the quadrilateral." [No construction of this prob, has been received. — Prof. J. Schefler writes: "If we describe a circle about one of the...problem to the following : If two circles are given a« to magnitude and position, to lay a line of giren length between the two circumferences, which...
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## The Model Locomotive Engineer, Fireman, and Engine Boy ...

Michael Reynolds - 1879 - 332 pages
...triangle, having its three sides of given lengths. 1. Let AB, Fig. equal the base of triangle. On A as a centre, with a radius equal to one of the sides, describe an arc. 2. On B as a centre, Fig. 42. Fig. 43. with a radius equal to the third side, describe...
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## The Analyst, Volumes 1-4

1874 - 834 pages
...2xb(b -- —£ — V x IV i/(4cf — . dS a3 , b3x dx "= x* " * 2ad ^-12j_13_ _ o I ' " s"«~ —193— 85. "In a quadrilateral there are given, the length...given length between the two circumferences, which pa\$se* throngh a given point. The line of given length is of course the upper base. As the line may...
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## Maxton's Manual of Engineering Drawing

John Maxton - 1922 - 292 pages
...having its three sides of given lengths. 1. Let AB, Fig. Ill, equal the base of the triangle. On A as a centre, with a radius equal to one of the sides, describe an arc. 2. On B as a centre, with a radius equal to the third side, describe an arc cutting...
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