## 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 7

The extremities of a line are points , and the intersection of one line with another

is a point . 3. A straight ... Here he a :) ! ' ears to refer to what one expects tn find in

looking along a straight edge , that “ the end points darken the

The extremities of a line are points , and the intersection of one line with another

is a point . 3. A straight ... Here he a :) ! ' ears to refer to what one expects tn find in

looking along a straight edge , that “ the end points darken the

**middle points**. Side 20

Given st . line AB with point C in it . F To draw from ... CF is at right angles to AB ,

and is drawn from the given point C. Q.E.F. Note . ... To draw a straight line at

right angles to a given straight line from its

22.

Given st . line AB with point C in it . F To draw from ... CF is at right angles to AB ,

and is drawn from the given point C. Q.E.F. Note . ... To draw a straight line at

right angles to a given straight line from its

**middle point**; also from its extremity .22.

Side 21

Given two points on opposite sides of a straight line , and at unequal distances

from it , to draw from these points two straight lines to meet in the given straight

line , and include an angle bisected by the given straight line . 26. If the

Given two points on opposite sides of a straight line , and at unequal distances

from it , to draw from these points two straight lines to meet in the given straight

line , and include an angle bisected by the given straight line . 26. If the

**middle****point**... Side 33

What other regular figures can be formed round common angular points in the

same way ? 87. Make a pattern ... —8 Lt.s. ) 91. The

hypotenuse of a right - angled triangle is equally distant from each of the three

angles . 92.

What other regular figures can be formed round common angular points in the

same way ? 87. Make a pattern ... —8 Lt.s. ) 91. The

**middle point**of thehypotenuse of a right - angled triangle is equally distant from each of the three

angles . 92.

Side 43

What other regular figures can be formed round common angular points in the

same way ? 87. Make a pattern ... —8 Lr.s. ) 91. The

hypotenuse of a right - angled triangle is equally distant from each of the three

angles . 92.

What other regular figures can be formed round common angular points in the

same way ? 87. Make a pattern ... —8 Lr.s. ) 91. The

**middle point**of thehypotenuse of a right - angled triangle is equally distant from each of the three

angles . 92.

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