| John Farrar - 1822 - 153 páginas
...centres, the secants of these same distances. The line of polygons is a line of chords of £, £, J., **&c., part of 360°. It is used to inscribe a regular...described, and on the other corresponding logarithmic** linest. The line of numbers, marked JWrn. or JV., on which most of the others depend, is constructed... | |
| John Farrar - 1822 - 153 páginas
...circle. Let it be proposed, for example, to inscribe la a given circle a regular polygon of S gides. **Open the sector till the transverse distance between...of a regular inscribed pentagon. Of Gunter's Scale.** GUNTEH'S scale, commonly of two feet in length, contains on one side the lines of the plane scale,... | |
| 1845
...consist ; as for a pentagon between 5 and 5 ; or for an octagon between 8 and 8 ; then the transverse **distance between 6 and 6 will be the radius of a circle** whose circumference would be divided by the given line into the number of sides required. The line... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1849
...consist ; as for a pentagon between 5 and 5 ; or for an octagon between 8 and 8 ; then the transverse **distance between 6 and 6 will be the radius of a circle** whose circumference would be divided by the given line into the number of sides required. The line... | |
| Lucius D. Gould - 1853 - 136 páginas
...consist; as for a pentagon between 5 and 5 ; or for an octagon between 8 and 8 ; then the transverse **distance between 6 and 6 will be the radius of a circle** whose circumference would be divided by the given line into the number of sides required. The line... | |
| Lucius D. Gould - 1857
...consist ; as for a pentagon between 5 and 5 ; or for an octagon between 8 and 8 ; then the transverse **distance between 6 and 6 will be the radius of a circle** whose circumference would be divided by the given line into the number of sides required. The line... | |
| W.E. WORTHEN - 1857
...consist, as for a pentagon between 5 and 5, or for an octagon between 8 and 8; then the transverse **distance between 6 and 6 will be the radius of a circle,** whose circumference would be divided by the given line into the number of sides required. the compasses,... | |
| William Ezra Worthen - 1857 - 410 páginas
...consist, as for a pentagon between 5 and 5, or for an octagon between 8 and 8 ; then the transverse **distance between 6 and 6 will be the radius of a circle,** whose circumference would be divided by the given line into the number of sides required. All regular... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1859 - 170 páginas
...consist; as for a pentagon between 5 and 5 ; or for an octagon between 8 and 8 ; then the transverse **distance between 6 and 6 will be the radius of a circle** whose circumference would be divided by the given line into the number of sides required. The line... | |
| Samuel H. Brooks - 1860 - 206 páginas
...consist, as for a pentagon between 5 and 5, or for an octagon between 8 and 8 ; then the transverse **distance between 6 and 6 will be the radius of a circle** whose circumference would be divided by the given line into the number of sides required. The line... | |
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