## Geometry for schools, comprising books i. and ii. of Euclid, with some additions and numerous exercises, by A.J.G. Barclay |

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Side 14

To describe an equilateral triangle on a

To describe an equil . ... With centre B and distance BA describe O ACE . From

the point C , in which the circles intersect , draw the st .

To describe an equilateral triangle on a

**given**straight**line**.**Given**a st .**line**AB .To describe an equil . ... With centre B and distance BA describe O ACE . From

the point C , in which the circles intersect , draw the st .

**lines**CA , CB ( Post . 1 ) . Side 16

BA = AC (

= 2 CAD ( supposition ) , :: A BAD = A CAD ( I. 4 ) . B. and :: L B ... This straight

.

BA = AC (

**given**) , and AD is common to the triangles BAD and CAD , and 2 BAD= 2 CAD ( supposition ) , :: A BAD = A CAD ( I. 4 ) . B. and :: L B ... This straight

**line**is called the locus of points equidistant from the extremities of the**given**base.

Side 17

DB = AC , and BC is common to the triangles DBC and ACB , and _ DBC = ACB (

of the base is also at right angles to the base , the triangle is isosceles . 13.

DB = AC , and BC is common to the triangles DBC and ACB , and _ DBC = ACB (

**given**) , . : . ... If the straight**line**joining the vertex of a triangle to the middle pointof the base is also at right angles to the base , the triangle is isosceles . 13.

Side 18

Place A ABC on A DEF so that B is on E , and BC along EF ; then C falls on F : BC

= EF (

middle point of the base is at right angles to the base , and bisects the vertical ...

Place A ABC on A DEF so that B is on E , and BC along EF ; then C falls on F : BC

= EF (

**given**) . ... The straight**line**joining the vertex of an isosceles triangle to themiddle point of the base is at right angles to the base , and bisects the vertical ...

Side 19

To bisect a

and cut off in AC , AE AD D ( Post . 3 ) . Join DE ; and on DE on the side remote ...

To bisect a

To bisect a

**given**angle .**Given**< BAC . To bisect – BAС . Take any point D in ABand cut off in AC , AE AD D ( Post . 3 ) . Join DE ; and on DE on the side remote ...

To bisect a

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