| Thomas Keith - 1826 - 442 páginas
...EUCLID 4 of I.) The point F coinciding with в, and G with c, the arc FG must coincide with вс, since **only one* great circle can be drawn through two given points on the** surface of the sphere. Hence, the three sides of the one triangle being equal to the three sides of... | |
| Thomas Keith - 1839
...PKOPEUTIES OF BOOK III. The point F coinciding with B, and G with c, the arc FG must coincide with BC, since **only one * great circle can be drawn through two given points on the** surface of the sphere. Hence, the three sides of the one triangle being equal to the three sides of... | |
| Isaac Todhunter - 1859
...extremities of a diameter of the sphere, and then an infinite number of such planes can be drawn. Hence **only one great circle can be drawn through two given points on the** surface of a sphere, except when the points are the extremities of a diameter of the sphere. When only... | |
| Isaac Todhunter - 1863 - 132 páginas
...extremities of a diameter of the sphere, and then an infinite number of such planes can be drawn. Hence **only one great circle can be drawn through two given points on the** surface of a sphere, except when the points are the extremities of a diameter of the sphere. When only... | |
| J. G - 1878 - 372 páginas
...that is, in this case an infinite number of great circles can be drawn through the two points. When **only one great circle can be drawn through two given points on the** surface of a sphere, the great circle is unequally divided at those two points. Of course, when an... | |
| Isaac Todhunter - 1879 - 158 páginas
...extremities of a diameter of the sphere, and then an infinite number of such planes can be drawn. Hence **only one great circle can be drawn through two given points on the** surface of a sphere, except when the points are the extremities of a diameter of the sphere. When only... | |
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