INDEX TO PROBLEMS IN SOLID GEOMETRY. PAGE 237 245 ... ... 255 ... Angle; to determine between two planes, ; to find its elevation, plan being given, zontal plane, but parallel to the vertical, base, plane, plane is perpendicular to the vertical plane, and making an cone, showing the true form of the section, plane is parallel to one side of the oone, and perpendicular to the vertical plane, also the true form of the section, the ground at an angle of 60°, another face at an angle 256 258 of 30°, 200 227 ; to find its elevation, plan being given, edges inclined at given angles, dicular to the plane of projection, ; to find the elevation of, plan being given, parallel to the vertical plane, and at right angles to the axis of the cylinder, right angles to each other, 228 247 260 PAGE 261 262 243 ... 222 194 195 196 Cylinder section; to draw the curve of penetration of two, whose diameters are equal, and whose axes are at right angles to each other, equal, and whose axes are at right angles to each other, one of the cylinders being inclined to the vertical plane, of its base is inclined at an angle of 30° to the ground line, at 60° and 30° to the horizon, and to determine the inclina- tion of the plane in which it is situated, plane, planes of projection, horizontal plane, but inclined to the vertical plane of pro- jection, elevation being given, the planes of projection, the horizontal plane, and 20° to the vertical plane, vertical, horizontal plane, its faces, and when one edge of this face makes an angle of 15° with the vertical plane, them, and passes through a line in the first, common intersection, to find the plan of, elevation being given, plane, ... 196 214 221 239 241 242 ... 217 220 ... 215 Point; 248 230 232 252 254 233 250 Prism, square; to draw the plan of, its elevation being given, pentagonal; to draw the plan of, its elevation being given, 40° to the paper, and one face parallel to the vertical plane, and length of one side 10', on a scale of 20' to the inch; the front face being parallel to the vertical plane, section plane, the trace of the plane, which is vertical, being pyramid, by a plane parallel to its base, the plane of the base of the pyramid being inclined at 40°, inclined at an angle of 45°, on its base on the borizontal plane, on its base on the horizontal plane, horizontal plane, horizontal plane, but parallel to the vertical, given parallel to the horizontal plane, jections from them, one of its sides is horizontal, their projections, parallel to the section plane, the trace of which is at right angles to one of the lateral edges of the solid, with the planes of projection, 2.51 234 235 197 ... 236 229 ... PHILIPS' EDUCATIONAL CATALOGUE. ATLASES. Philips' Comprehensive School Atlas Modern and Seven Ancient Maps, constructed from the latest Philips' Student's Atlas, of the World. The Maps carefully printed in colors. Edited Philips Select School Atlas, of the World. The Maps carefully printed in colors. Edited Philips' Introductory School Atlas, clearly engraved, and carefully printed in colors. Edited by 3s. 6d. Philips' Young Student's Atlas, World, printed in colors. Edited by W. Hughes, F.R.G.S. |