| Robert Gibson - 1811 - 508 sider
...every two degrees ; from 50 to GO, to every degree ; and from 60 'to the end, to every half degree. **The solution of questions on the sector is said to...the same line ; compound, when the operation begins** on one line, and is finished on the other. The operation varies also by the manner in which the compasses... | |
| Robert Gibson - 1814 - 508 sider
...every two degrees ; from 50 to 60, to every degree ; and from 60 to the end, to every half degree. **The solution of questions on the sector is said to...the same line ; compound, when the operation begins** on one line, and is finished on the other. Tiie opérât ion varies also by the manner in which the... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1849 - 183 sider
...at the center equal to one another, but unequal to the angle made by all the other pairs of lines. **The solution of questions on the sector is said to be simple, when the work is begun and ended** upon the same pair of lines ; compound, when the operation is begun upon one pair of lines and finished... | |
| Lucius D. Gould - 1853 - 136 sider
...at the center equal to one another, but unequal to the angle made by all the other pairs of lines. **The solution of questions on the sector is said to be simple, when the work is begun and ended** upon the same pair of lines; compound, when the operation is begun upon one pair of lines and finished... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1859 - 170 sider
...at the center equal to one another, hut unequal to the angle made by all the other pairs of lines. **The solution of questions on the sector is said to be simple, when the work is begun and ended** upon the same pair of lines; compound, when the operation is begun upon one pair of lines and finished... | |
| William Johnson, Jacques Eugène Armengaud - 1860
...at the centre equal to one another, but unequal to the angle made by all the other pairs of lines. **The solution of questions on the sector is said to be simple, when the work is begun and ended** upon the same pair of lines ; compound, when the operation is begun upon one pair of lines aud finished... | |
| Henry S. Merrett - 1863 - 317 sider
...of the same number of degrees to the radius A В. Of the general mode of using sectoral lines. It is **necessary to explain in this place a few terms either...we may occasionally use ourselves. The solution of** the question on the sector is said to 'be simple when the work is begun and ended on the same line... | |
| 1863
...of the same number of degrees to the radius A B. Of the general mode of using sectoral lines. It is **necessary to explain in this place a few terms either...we may occasionally use ourselves. The solution of** the question on the sector is said to be simple when the work is begun and ended on the same line ;... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1866 - 185 sider
...at the center equal to one another, but unequal to the angle made by all the other pairs of lines. **The solution 'of questions on the sector is said to be simple, when the work is begun and ended** upon the same pair of lines; compound, when the operation is begun upon one pair of lines and finished... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1884
...at the centre equal to one another, but unequal to the angle made by all the other pairs of lines. **The solution of questions on the sector is said to be simple when the work is begun and ended** upon the same pair of lines ; compound, when the operation is begun upon one pair of lines and finished... | |
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