| John I. Jones - 1884 - 254 pages
...head. (6) Thou cam'st not to thy place by accident ; it is the very place God meant for fclicc. (7) **The three angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles** ; hence a triangle can have but one right angle. (8) The safe weighs 15 cwt., so one man could not... | |
| 1884 - 648 pages
...feet and 45 feet ; find the area of the space included between the circles. 5 marks. 9. Prove that **the three angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles.** 5 marks. 10. The diameter of a circular field is 5 chains 45 links ; calculate the rent of the field... | |
| Evan Wilhelm Evans - 1884 - 170 pages
...produced. It is the supplement of the adjacent interior angle (Theo. 1). THEOREM X. The three interior **angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles. The** construction line BE is drawn parallel to AC. EBD = CAB (Theo. III.) CBA = CBA EBD + CBE + CBA = CAB... | |
| William Kingdon Clifford - 1885 - 310 pages
...our second assumption about space leads Tery easily to a theorem of especial importance, viz. that **the three angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles.** If we draw through A, a corner of the triangle ABC (fig. 20), a line DAE, making with the side AO FIG.... | |
| John Wilson (M.A., Trinity coll. Dublin.) - 1885 - 212 pages
...apparentâ€”and so, in this sense, to discover it, in regard to particular cases. The general proposition that **"the three angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles,"** states nothing more than was already stated by implication in the axioms and definitions. What the... | |
| William Kirkus - 1886 - 400 pages
...us. In the sense that nobody can prevent us, we are free to deny the multiplication table, or that **the three angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles** ; but he who should so use his liberty would be regarded not as a splendid and daring genius, but as... | |
| 1886 - 672 pages
...whatever. The most superlative scoundrel that ever lived believed, and could not but believe, that **the three angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles,** supposing that he has followed the steps of the demonstration. But there is no moral principle involved... | |
| P. K. Ray, Prasanna K. Ray - 1886 - 426 pages
...<fec. Examples. 1. "No man is perfect": categorical, negative, assertory, universal, and real. 2. " **The three angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles** " : categorical, affirmative, assertory in form, but really necessary, universal, and real. 3. " Some... | |
| James McCosh - 1887 - 340 pages
...and as we do so we discover that they have certain properties involved in their very nature, and that **the three angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles,** and that parallel lines can not meet. The properties of the ellipse, as demonstrated by Apollonius,... | |
| Bedford College - 1888 - 240 pages
...tangents to two given circles. 5. Describe a regular figure of 48 sides in a given circle. 6. Prove that **the three angles of a triangle are together equal to two right angles.** 7. Shew by any method how to trisect a straight line. ANIMAL BIOLOGY. July 1887. Examiner. â€” DB.... | |
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