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ECAUSE FG is plle. to D E which is I to the plane BAC. (Hyp.111). 1. The line G F is I to the same plane B A C.
P. 8. B.II. And the V FGB, FGA & F G C are L.
D. 3. B.I. 2. Confequently, the o of A F is = to o of FG+ 0 of GA. P.47. B. 1.
But the  of AG is = to D of AB + of B G. (Prep.3). Eg P.47. B. 1. 3. Therefore, the of A F is = to D'FG+ OAB + O BG. Ax.1. B. 1. But
the O GB + OF G are = to the OB F ( Prep.3). P.47. B. I. 4. Consequently, the AF is also = to the O BF + O AB. 5. Therefore, V A BF, is a L
P.48. B. 1. 6. It may
be demonstrated after the same manner that VFCA, is a L. 7. That also the VKIH & KLH, are Le
In the AFCA & KLH; the line H K is = to AF (Prep. 1.) the VACF & KL H, are L ( Arg. 6. & 7.), & the V FACE KHL, (Hyp. 1).
P-26. B. i. 8. Therefore the sides A C & C F are = to the sides HL & L K, each
to cach. 9. Likewise A B is = to HI & BF=IK. 10.Confequently, in the ABAC & IHL; the bases B C & I L are
equal and the V ACB & A B C = to the FHLI & HIL,
B. 1. Therefore if those equal , be taken from the four LACG,
ABG, HLM & HIM. 11. The remaining will be equal, viz. VBCG=VILM & V C B G = V LIM.
Ax 5.B. 1. Since then the AGBC & IML have their bases B C & IL equal (Arg. 10).
And the V at those bases are equal, each to each, (Arg. 11). 12. The sides B G & C G will be = to the Gides IM & ML. P.26. B. 1.
In the ABAG & HIM, A B is = to HI (Arg. 9.) BG=IM, (Arg. 12.) & the V ABG & HIM are Lo. (Prep. 3.
13. Consequently, AG=HM
P. 4. B. 1. But the of AF(=OAGO GF) (Arg. 2.) is = to the
of HK=OHM + KM) (Hyp. 1. & P. 47. B. 1.) because AF is = HK. (Prep. 1). If therefore from the OAF be taken the O GÀ, & from the HK, the DHM=OGA, (Arg. 13. & P. 46. B. 1. Cor 3). 1. The remainder, viz. the o of Gf will be = to the of K M. Ax.3. B. 1. 15. Consequently, GF=KM (Cor. 3. of P. 46. B. 1).
Infine, because in the two A AĞÉ & HKM, the sides AF,
(Prep. 1. & Arg. 13. & 15).
P. 8. B. 1. Which was to be demonstrated.
CORO L A R r.
F elevated two equal Araight lines A F & H K; containing with the respedive fides, ibe V BAF & FÁC equal to the VIHK & KHL; each to each, & there be let fall from those points F & K (of those elevated straight lines) the perpendiculars F G & KM on the planes B AC & IHL: tbose IFG & KM will be equal. (Arg. 15).
PROPOSITION XXXVI. THEOREM XXXI. IF F three straight lines (A, B, C) be proportionals, the parallelepiped (D N),
A, D described from these three lines as its sides, is equal to the equiangular parallelepiped (EI), described from the mean proportional (B). Hypothesis.
Thesis. i. The raight lines A, B, C are proportionals, that The Elis=!o the EDN.
is, A: B = B : C. 11. The EPDN, is described from those three lines that
is, DK — A, MK=B, E KL=C. Ill. The equiangular EET, is described from the
mean f10; ortional B, that is, EF=FG=FH=B.
ECAUSE DK:EF=E F or FH:KL (Hyp. 2).
And the plane VEFH is = to the plane VDKL (Hyp. 3). 1. The pgr. D L, base of E DN is = to the pgr. EH, base of ĆEI P.14. B. 6.
Moreover, the plane VGFE & GFH contained by the elevated
(Cor. of P. 35. B. 11). 3. Consequently, EE I has the same altitude with ihe ET DN. D. 4. B. 6.
But the base E H of E I is = to the base D L of DN,
(Arg. 1). 4. Therefore, El is to the SDN.
P.31. B.11. Which was to be demonstrated.
PROPOSITION XXXVII. THEOREM XXXII.
F four straight lines (A, B, C, & D) be proportionals, (that is, if, A : B = C: D: the similar and similarly described parallelepipeds, from the two first (A & B), will be proportional to the similar and similarly described parallelepipeds, from the two laft (C & D); and if the two similar and similarly described parallelepipeds, from the two lines (A & B); be proporcional to the two other similar and similarly described parallelepipeds, from the two other straight lines (C & D); the homologous sides of the first · (A & B), will be proportional to the homologous sides (C & D) of the last. Hypothesis.
Thesis. 1. A: B = C: D.
BA:B = EC: BD. II. From A & B there bas been described III. Also from C & D.
ECAUSE the 6 A is sy to the EB (Hyp. 2).
P.33. B.11. 2. Likewise, the EC:ED. C3 : D:.
Cor. But the ratio of A to B being to the ratio of C to D (Hyp. 1). 3. It follows, that three times the ratio of A to B is = to three times the ratio of C to D, that is, A3: B3 = CS : D3.
Ax.6. B. 1. 4. Consequently, the A: B= C:D
P.11. B. 5.
P.33. B.15. P.33. B.15.
ECAUSE the BA is to the BB (Hyp. 1). 1. The BA:6B= A*: Bs.
Likewife the EC is to the ED (Hyp. 2). 2. The 60:8D=(3:D2.
But the A:B=OC:ED (Hyp. 3). 3
Therefore, Aa : B3 = C3: D3. 4. Consequently, A:B=C:D.
Which was to be demonstrated.
R E M A R K. BECAUSE I. ECAUSE the triangular prism is the half of its parallelepiped
(P. 28. B. 11.), it follows (Ax. 7. B. 1), that the same truth is applicable to
fimilur triangular prisms. 11. It may be also applied to similar polygon prisms; because they may be divided
by planes into triangular prisms. ( Remark 2. of P. 34. B. 11).