| Robert Simson - 1775 - 520 sider
...therefore ihe pole of AC is in the point F, in which the arches DF, EF intei feel each oiher.' It) the fame **manner. D is the pole of BC, and E the pole of AB. And** fince F, E are the poles of AL, AM, FL and EM are quadrants, and FL, EM together, that is FE and ML... | |
| Euclid - 1781 - 520 sider
...through the pole of AC, (13. 15. r. Th.) and fince AC pafles through C, the pole of FD, FD will pafs **through the pole of AC ; therefore the pole of AC is in the point F, in which the** arches DF, EF interfect each other. In the fame manner, D i> the pole of BC, and E the pole of AB.... | |
| Robert Simson - 1781 - 466 sider
...through the pole of AC, (i3. i5. i. Th.) and fmce AC pafles through C, the pole of FD,FD will pafs **through the pole of AC ; therefore the pole of AC is in the point F, in which the** arches DF, EF interfeft each other. In the fame manner, D is the pole of BC, and E the pole of AB.... | |
| Euclid, John Playfair - 1795 - 400 sider
...4.), and fince AC pafles through C, the pole of FD, FD will pafs through the pole of AG-t-therefore **'the pole of AC is in the point F, in which the** arches DF, EF interfoft each other. In the fame manner, D is the pole of BC, and E the pole of AB.... | |
| Robert Simson - 1804
...through the pole of AC, (13. 15. i. Th.) and fince AC pafles through C, the pole of FD, FD will pafs **through the pole of AC ; therefore the pole of AC is in the point F, in which the** arches DF, EF interfedr. each other. In the fame manner, D is the pole of BC, and E the pole of AB.... | |
| Euclid, John Playfair - 1804 - 440 sider
...through the pole of AC (i. Cor. 4.), and fince AC pafles through C, the pole of FD, FD will pafs thrpugh **the pole of AC ; therefore the pole of AC is in the point F, in which the** arches DF, EF interfeft each other, lu the fame manner, D is the pole of BC, and E the pole of AB.... | |
| Robert Simson - 1806 - 518 sider
...pass through the pole of AC, (13. 15. 1. Th.) and since AC passes through C, the pole of FD, FD will **pass through the pole of AC ; therefore the pole of AC is in the point** ¥, in which the arches UF, EF intersect each other. In the same manner D is the pole of BC, and E... | |
| Euclid - 1810 - 518 sider
...pass through the pole of AC (13. 15. 1. Th.), and since AC passes through C, the pole of FD, FD will **pass through the pole of AC; therefore the pole of AC is in the point F, in which the** arches DF, EF intersect each other. In the same manner D is the pole of BC, and E the pole of AB. And... | |
| Euclides - 1814
...will pass through the pole of AC; therefore the pole of AC is in the point I} ' , in which the arches **DF, EF, intersect each other. In the same manner,...pole of AB. And since F, E are the poles of AL, AM,** FL, and'EM, are quadrants, and FL, EM together, that is, FE and ML together, are equal to a semicircle.... | |
| Euclides - 1816 - 528 sider
...of AC (13. 15. 1 Th.), and since AC passes through C, the pole of ED, FD will pass through the pale **of AC; therefore the pole of AC is in the point F, in which the** arches DF, EF, intersect each other. In the same manner, D is the pole of BC, and E the pole of AB.... | |
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