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And a

But there are cases in which the data may be insufficient to determine the triangle

. For example , if only two sides are given , an indefinite number of different ...

And a

**similar**remark may be made on the other cases we have con . sidered .But there are cases in which the data may be insufficient to determine the triangle

. For example , if only two sides are given , an indefinite number of different ...

Side 68

And a

there are cases in which the data may be insufficient to deter . mine the triangle .

For example , if only two sides are given , an indefinite number of different ...

And a

**similar**remark may be made on the other cases we have considered . Butthere are cases in which the data may be insufficient to deter . mine the triangle .

For example , if only two sides are given , an indefinite number of different ...

Side 192

{ If Fis the middle point of AC and E of AB , prove the triangles EIF , CPB

and IF = BP . } II . The circles which pass through two vertices of a triangle , and

the intersection of the perpendiculars , will be equal to the circumscribing circle .

{ If Fis the middle point of AC and E of AB , prove the triangles EIF , CPB

**similar**,and IF = BP . } II . The circles which pass through two vertices of a triangle , and

the intersection of the perpendiculars , will be equal to the circumscribing circle .

Side 223

SECTION I .

which have their angles equal , and the sides about the equal angles

proportional . Def . 2 .

given straight lines ...

SECTION I .

**SIMILAR**FIGURES . Def . 1 .**Similar**rectilineal figures are thosewhich have their angles equal , and the sides about the equal angles

proportional . Def . 2 .

**Similar**figures are said to be similarly described upongiven straight lines ...

Side 224

If two triangles have their angles respectively equal , they are

sides which are opposite to the equal angles are homologous . Let ABC , DEF be

two triangles , which have the angles of the one equal to the angles of the other ...

If two triangles have their angles respectively equal , they are

**similar**, and thosesides which are opposite to the equal angles are homologous . Let ABC , DEF be

two triangles , which have the angles of the one equal to the angles of the other ...

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