| Thomas Keith - 1839
...secants, and write these words on them accordingly. Call the word written upon each side the name of that **side. Then say, As the name of the given side is to...side. TO FIND AN ANGLE. Call either of the given sides** of the triangle radius, and write upon it the word radius ; observe whether the other sides become... | |
| Janet Taylor - 1842
...written, the name •of that side to which it is applicd : then say, As the name of the given side ls **to the given side, So is the name of the required side To the required side. To find an angle. Call** one of the given sides radius, and write upon it the word radius ; observe whether the other sides... | |
| 1844
...triangle, and mark the names upon tlie other sides ; then say — Rule. — As the name written on **the given side Is to the given side So is the name** written on the required side To the required side. TO FIND AN ANGLE. The word radius must be written... | |
| Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1848 - 80 páginas
...right-angled triangles, known by the phrase making any side radius ; which is this. " To find a tide. **Call any one of the sides radius, and write upon it...to the given side ; So is the -name of the required** fide, To the required side." " To find an angle. Call either of the given sides radius, and write upon... | |
| Mrs. Janet Taylor - 1851
...accordingly, and call each name so written the name of that side to which it is applied ; then say, 09 Co **As the name of the given side Is to the given side,...side, To the required side. To find an angle. Call** one of the given sides radius, and write upon it the word radius ; observe whether the other sides... | |
| John William Norie - 1852
...other sides write the parts represent according to the preceding Rules, which call the names of des ; **then say, As the name of the given side Is to the given side, So is the name of the** side required To the side required. To find an Angle. isider one of the given sides as representing... | |
| 1863
...method for right angled triangles, known by the phrase making any side radius ; which is this. " To find **a side. — Call any one of the sides radius, and...the word radius ; observe whether the other sides** becomes sines, tangents, or secants, and write those words on them accordingly. Call the word written... | |
| William Findlay Shunk - 1880 - 318 páginas
...become sines, tangents, cosines, or the like, and write upon them the proper designations accordingly. **Then say, As the name of the given side is to the...So is the name of the required side to the required** Skle. 4. To find an angle. Assume one side to be radius, and mark the remaining sides as before. Then... | |
| William Findlay Shunk - 1890 - 339 páginas
...become sines, tangents, cosines, or the like, and write upon them the proper designations accordingly. **Then say, As the name of the given side is to the...the name of the required side to the required side.** 4. To find an angle. Assume one side to be radius, and mark the remaining sides as before. Then say,... | |
| William Findlay Shunk - 1908 - 345 páginas
...become sines, tangents, cosines, or the like, and write upon them the proper designations accordingly. **Then say, As the name, of the given side is to the...the name of the required side to the required side.** 4. To find an angle. Assume one side to he radius, and mark the remaining sides as before. Then say,... | |
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