## Practical Plane Geometry: Giving the Simplest Modes of Constructing Figures Contained in One Plane and Geometrical Construction on the Ground |

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Practical Plane Geometry: Giving the Simplest Modes of Constructing Figures ... John Fry Heather No preview available - 2016 |

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angular points base bisecting line bisecting the angle chords circles described circles to pass circles to touch circumference Crown 8vo cutting D. K. CLARK decagon describe a circle diagonal distance divided draw a circle draw A D draw a straight Engineer equal angles equi equiangular equilateral triangle EXERCISES given angle given circle given line given point given radius given straight line given triangle Illustrations inches long Inscribe a regular intersecting isosceles triangle join length line drawn mean proportional METHOD parallelogram perpendicular Plates point F polygon primary division Prob radii Reason rectangle regular polygon represent required circles required triangle right angles right-angled triangle scale SCOTT BURN Secants sides 2 inches sides A B strike arcs subdivision tangent Theor touch a given touch the circle touch the given vertex vertical angle yards

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