## 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 15

If two triangles have two sides of the one equal to two sides of the other , each to

each , and have likewise the angles contained by these sides equal to one

another , their bases , or

be ...

If two triangles have two sides of the one equal to two sides of the other , each to

each , and have likewise the angles contained by these sides equal to one

another , their bases , or

**third**sides , shall be equal ; and the two triangles shallbe ...

Side 27

AC > AB . Q.E.D. PROP . 20. THEOR . Any two sides of a triangle are together

greater than the

DC .

AC > AB . Q.E.D. PROP . 20. THEOR . Any two sides of a triangle are together

greater than the

**third**side . Given A ABC . To prove any two sides together > the**third**, as BA + AC > BC . Produce BA to D , making b AD = AC ( Post . 3 ) . JoinDC .

Side 30

Euclides Andrew J. G. BARCLAY. Exercises on preceding Propositions , 39.

Prove that any two angles of a triangle are less than two right angles by drawing

a line from the

sides .

Euclides Andrew J. G. BARCLAY. Exercises on preceding Propositions , 39.

Prove that any two angles of a triangle are less than two right angles by drawing

a line from the

**third**angle to the opposite side , without producing any of thesides .

Side 22

PROB . To make a triangle of which the sides shall be equal to three given

straight lines , any two of which are together greater than the

lines A , B , and C , any two of which are together I. > the

which ...

PROB . To make a triangle of which the sides shall be equal to three given

straight lines , any two of which are together greater than the

**third**. Given threelines A , B , and C , any two of which are together I. > the

**third**. II . To make a A ofwhich ...

Side

PROB . To make a triangle of which the sides shall be equal to three given

straight lines , any two of which are together greater than the

lines A , B , and C , any two of which are together I. > the

which ...

PROB . To make a triangle of which the sides shall be equal to three given

straight lines , any two of which are together greater than the

**third**. Given threelines A , B , and C , any two of which are together I. > the

**third**. II . To make a A ofwhich ...

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