| Robert Gibson - 1811 - 508 sider
...parallel distance. The divisions of each sectoral line are bounded by three parallel lines; the inermost **of these is that on which the points of the compasses...instances of the manner of operating with the sector.** Multiplication by the line of lines. Make the lateral distance of one of the factors the parallel distance... | |
| Robert Gibson - 1814 - 508 sider
...; 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 compasses are...instances of the manner of operating with the sector.** Multiplication by the line of lines. Make the lateral distance of one of the factors the parallel distance... | |
| Robert Gibson - 1821 - 544 sider
...the line of the same denomination, on the other leg, it is called a transverse or parallel distancc. **The divisions of each sectoral line are bounded by...instances of the manner of operating with the sector.** Multiplication by the line of lines. Make the lateral distance of one of the factors the parallel distance... | |
| Robert Gibson - 1832 - 348 sider
...three parallel lines ; the innermost of these is that on which the points of the compasses are to he **placed, because this alone is the line which goes...instances of the manner of operating with the sector.** Multiplication by the line of lines. Make the lateral distance of one of the factors the parallel distance... | |
| Robert Gibson, James Ryan - 1839 - 412 sider
...other leg, it is called a transverse or parallel distance. The divisions of each sectoral line arc **bounded by three parallel lines ; the innermost of...instances of the manner of operating with the sector.** «entrc of the sector to 5 on the primary divisions, and open the «ector liH this distance become... | |
| 1845
...divisions of each sectoral line are contained within three parallel lines ; the innermost being the line **on which the points of the compasses are to be placed, because this** is the only line of the three which goes to the centre, and is therefore the sectoral line. LINE OF... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1849
...divisions of each sectoral line are contained within three parallel lines, the innermost being the line **on which the points of the compasses are to be placed, because this** is * Since, however, secant : rad. : : rad. : cosine ; and tangent : rad. : : rad. : cotangent ; the... | |
| Lucius D. Gould - 1857
...divisions of each sectoral line are contained within three parallel lines, the innernwet being the line **on which the points of the compasses are to be placed, because this** is the only line of the three which goes to the center, and is therefore the sectoral line. On the... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1859 - 170 sider
...divisions of each sectoral line are contained within three parallel lines, the innermost being the line **on which the points of the compasses are to be placed, because this** is the only line of the three which goes to the center, and is therefore the sectoral line. On ike... | |
| William Johnson, Jacques Eugène Armengaud - 1860
...divisions of each sectoral line are contained within three parallel; lines, the innermost being the line **on which the points of the compasses are to be placed, because this** is the only line of the three which goes to the centre, and is therefore the sectoral line. THE USES... | |
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