## A Course of Mathematics: In Three Volumes : Composed for the Use of the Royal Military Academy ...J. Johnson, 1811 |

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... ; consequently 2 - FE CA2 - 2CA . CI + CI2 . And the

... ; consequently 2 - FE CA2 - 2CA . CI + CI2 . And the

**root**or side of this sqnare is FE = CA - CI = AL . In the same manner is found fE = CA + CI = HI . Q. E. D. Corol . Corol . 1. Hence cí or CA - FE is 2 CONIC SECTIONS . Of the Ellipse. Page 9

... ; - FE2 = CA2 204.01 + CR And the

... ; - FE2 = CA2 204.01 + CR And the

**root**or side of this square is FE = In the same manner is found fE = a + c Corol . 1. Hence CHCI is a 4th propor . - CI — CA = AL = BL . QE . D. to CA , CF , CD . Corol That is , if cr and cr be Parallel ... Page 11

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**root**or side of this square is FE = CI - CA = A In the same manner is found fE = CI + CA = BI . Q. E. D. Corol . 1. Hence CH = CI is a 4th propor . to CA , CF , CD . Corol . Corol . 2. And fE + FE = 2CH or ( 11 ) Of the Hyperbola. Page 49

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**root**of the difference of the squares of the side and of the radius of the base ; that πιζ . πχ a4 2a2 is , it is = ( - ) . And this multiplied into 4 of the area of the base , viz . by πα2 , gives πα VOL . III . a4 πει 2a2 - - ) , for ... Page 71

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**root**, there will result , sinA = ( s - b ) . ( sc ) bc In like manner } sin ( s - a ) . ( s - c ) B = ( XXXIV . ) ac ( s - a ) . ( - ) al sin c = These expressions , besides their convenience for logarith- mic computation , have the ...### Other editions - View all

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