## The projection of the sphere, orthographic, stererographic, and gnomonical; both demonstrating the principles, and explaining the practice of these three several sorts of projection |

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altitude azimuth bisect center of projection circle EFG circle parallel circle perpendicular circle required circle's distance circles passing thro co-tangent Conic Sections describe the circle diameter Draw EFH draw the line drawn thro E. D. Cor ecliptic ellipsis equinoctial external pole given angle given circle given degrees given distance given point Gnomonic Projection half the sum horizon hyperbola inclination intersection lesser circle line of measures lipsis meridian nearest distance number of degrees number of right o'clock oblique circle P R O parabola parallel great circle pendicular plane of projection pole of projection prime vertical primitive circle Prob projected pole projecting point radius of projection rallel right angle right ascension right circle right line Rule Scale Scholium secant semi-tangent set from H set the given set the tangent sine Spherical Trigonometry tion transverse triangles vertex

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Side 12 - Projection of a great circle is in the line of meafures, diftant from the center of the primitive, the tangent of its inclination to the primitive -, and its radius is the fecant of its inclination.

Side 21 - N1H 26. is as far from the projecting point as QH from its pole P ; and if they be projected into the circles...

Side 16 - The points where an inclined great circle \ $. cuts the line of tneafures, within and without the primitive, is diftant from the center of the primitive, the tangent and co-tangent of half the complement of the circle's inclination to the primitive. For CG = tangent of half EB, or of half the complement of IE the inclination. And (becaufe the Z.EAF is right) CH is the co-tangent of GAC or half EB.

Side 11 - C, draw the plane of a great circle PED, perpendicular to the plane of projection EFG ; let a plane PHG touch the sphere in P ; then since the circle EPD is perpendicular both to this plane and to the plane of projection, it is perpendicular to their common section GH.

Side 13 - GAH considered as a primitive, and RS its line of measures ; as the circle BGA is on the primitive BIA, and line of measures ID. And therefore the tangent of the angle AGL to the radius GD> set from D to N, gives the centre of GL.

Side 33 - PI be parallel to the plane GF. Then the equal arches PC, CI are projected into the equal tangents GC, CH...

Side 12 - Jphere, is equal to the angle made by the radii of their •projections at the point of interfection.

Side 11 - Through the angular point P and the center C, draw the plane of a great circle PED perpendicular to the plane of projection EFG. Let a plane PHG touch the fphere in...

Side 12 - Plane {hall he in the Line of Meafures diftant from the Center of the Primitive...

Side 17 - F,F are projefted into D and d ; and CD is the tangent of CAD or half BCP, that is, of half GCI, the inclination of the circle ICK, parallel to EF. Likewife Cd is the tangent of CAd, or the co-tangent of CAD.