| Robert Simson - 1762 - 466 sider
...to another as their bafes. Let the figures be placed fo as to have their bafes in the fame ftraight **line ; and having drawn perpendiculars from the vertices of the triangles to the** bafes, the ftraight line which joins the vertices is parallel to that in which their bafes arc f, becaufe... | |
| Robert Simson - 1775 - 520 sider
...one to another as their bafesLet the figures be placed fo as to have their bafes in the fame ftraight **line ; and having drawn perpendiculars from the vertices of the triangles to the** bafes, the ftraight line which joins the unices is parallel to that in which their bafes are f , becaufe... | |
| Euclid - 1781 - 520 sider
...to another as their bafes. Let the figures be placed fo is to have their bafes in the fame ftraight **line ; and having drawn perpendiculars from the vertices of the triangles to the** bafes, the ftraight line which joins the vertices is parallel to that in which their bafes arer, becaufe... | |
| John Playfair - 1795 - 400 sider
...another as their bafes. / \ Let the figure^ be placed fo as to have their, bafes in the fame ftraight **line.; and having drawn perpendiculars from the vertices of the triangles to the** bafes, the ftraight line which joins the vertices is parallel to that in which their bafes are f, f... | |
| Robert Simson - 1804
...to another as their bales. Let the figures be placed fo as to have their bafes in the fame ftraight **line; and having drawn perpendiculars from the vertices of the triangles to the** bafes, the ilraight line which joins the vertices is parallel to that in which their bafes are f, becaufe... | |
| Robert Simson - 1806 - 518 sider
...plain, that triangles and parallelograms that have equal altitudes, are one to another as their bases. **Let the figures be placed so as to have their bases...vertices is parallel to that in which their bases are** ', because the f 33. 1. perpendiculars are both equal and parallel to one another: then, if the same... | |
| John Playfair - 1806 - 311 sider
...COR. Triangles, and also parallelograms, that have equal altitudes, are to one another as their bases. **Let the figures be placed so as to have their bases in the same straight line, and** let perpendiculars be drawn from the vertices of the triangles to the bases ; the straight line which... | |
| Euclid - 1810 - 518 sider
...plain, that triangles and parallelograms that have equal altitudes, are one to another as their bases. **Let the figures be placed so as to have their bases...vertices is parallel to that in which their bases** aref, because the f 33.1. perpendiculars are both equal and parallel to one another: then, if the same... | |
| Euclides - 1814
...the parallelogram EC to the parallelogram CF. Where- * "• *• fore, triangles, &c. QED Let their **figures be placed so as to have their bases in the...vertices is parallel to that in which their bases are** f , because the perpendiculars are both equal and f S3. i. parallel to one another. Then, if the same... | |
| Euclides - 1816 - 528 sider
...plain, that triangles and parallelograms that have equal altitudes are one to another as their bases. **Let the figures be placed so as to have their bases...vertices of the triangles to the bases, the straight** Jine which joins the vertices is parallel to that in which their bases aref, because the perpendiculars... | |
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