## The Elements of Euclid, Viz: The Errors, by which Theon, Or Others, Have Long Ago Vitiated These Books, are Corrected; and Some of Euclid's Demonstrations are Restored. Also the Book of Euclid's Data, in Like Manner Corrected. the first six books, together with the eleventh and twelfth |

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the Editor of the present

and mixing his own with Euclid's Demonstrations , had changed more things to

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**Greek**Editions we now have , I found that Theon , or whoever wasthe Editor of the present

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And this is all that is to be understood , when , in the

from it , the angle of the semicircle is said to be greater than any acute rectilineal

angle , and the remaining angle less than any rectilineal an . ' gle . ' Cor .

And this is all that is to be understood , when , in the

**Greek**text and translationsfrom it , the angle of the semicircle is said to be greater than any acute rectilineal

angle , and the remaining angle less than any rectilineal an . ' gle . ' Cor .

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... but the circumference of the lefs segment ADC falls within the right angle CAF .

And this is all that is meant , when in the ç

translations OF EUCLID . 93.

... but the circumference of the lefs segment ADC falls within the right angle CAF .

And this is all that is meant , when in the ç

**Greek**. Book III . ·**Greek**text , and thetranslations OF EUCLID . 93.

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said to be greater , and the angle of the less segment is said to be less , than a

right angle . ' Cor . From this it is manifeft , that if one angle of a tri . angle be

equal to ...

**Greek**text , and the translations from it , the angle of the mo greater segment issaid to be greater , and the angle of the less segment is said to be less , than a

right angle . ' Cor . From this it is manifeft , that if one angle of a tri . angle be

equal to ...

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... and so on , there must at lenge semain fone fegments of the cone which are

together leis b b Lemma . thin the folid Z : Let there be the segments upon EO ,

OF , FP , Vertex is put in place of altitude which is in the

pyrapid ...

... and so on , there must at lenge semain fone fegments of the cone which are

together leis b b Lemma . thin the folid Z : Let there be the segments upon EO ,

OF , FP , Vertex is put in place of altitude which is in the

**Greek**, because thepyrapid ...

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