| George Johnston Allman - 1889 - 237 páginas
...and lastly in the scalene ; those that came after them proved the general theorem as follows : — " **The three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles."** So also in the sections of a cone ; for they viewed the so called " section of the rightangled cone... | |
| Bernard Bosanquet - 1895 - 167 páginas
...Predicate. " William Pitt was a great statesman "=" There ' was a great statesman named William Pitt " ; " **The three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles** " = " There are figures known as triangles with their three angles equal to two right angles " ; "... | |
| Sir Edwin Arnold - 1896 - 373 páginas
...Birmingham can't understand ! Go to the heart of it ! don't grant him anything ! don't be quite sure **that the three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles** ; and don't at all allow, until you are yourself fairly convinced, that parallel straight lines produced... | |
| Bernard Bosanquet - 1897 - 167 páginas
...Predicate. " William Pitt was a great statesman " = " There was a great statesman named William Pitt" ; " **The three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles** " = " There are figures known as triangles with their three angles equal to two right angles"; "All... | |
| 1895
...Birmingham can't understand! Get to the heart of it. Don't grant him anything. Don't be quite sure **that the three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles;** and don't at all allow, until you are yourself fairly convinced, that parallel straight lines produced... | |
| Robert Hebert Quick - 1899 - 544 páginas
...We wish to recall that proposition. Arbitrary association of ideas immediately suggests the words, **'The three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles.'** But at first these are words only : our mind runs along an established train of sounds. By well-formed,... | |
| James Allanson Picton - 1907 - 264 páginas
...ideal from are always verifiable. The skilled surveyor's measurements by triangulation assume always **that the three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles.** And any one who wantsvefification can have it, either roughly and imperfectly by the use of instruments... | |
| Boyd Henry Bode - 1910 - 324 páginas
...predicate. ' William Pitt was a great statesman ' = ' There was a great1 statesman named William Pitt '; ' **The three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles** ' = ' There are figures known as triangles with their three angles equal to two right angles '; ' All... | |
| William Henry Samuel Jones - 1916 - 64 páginas
...built up. Nothing is taken on trust ; every step is understood and commands our intellectual assent. **That the three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles** is a proposition which cannot be denied by anyone who has assented to the definitions and axioms which... | |
| Hall V. Williams - 1917 - 359 páginas
...its defect from a right angle. 2. The supplement of an angle is its defect from two right angles. 3. **The three angles of every triangle are equal to two right angles** : hence the oblique angles of a right angled triangle are each other's complements. 4. The sum of the... | |
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