# Euclid Revised: Containing the Essentials of the Elements of Plane Geometry as Given by Euclid in His First Six Books, with Numerous Additional Propositions and Exercises

Clarendon Press, 1890 - Geometry - 400 pages
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### Contents

 BOOK v 11 Addenda to i 99 BOOK iv 167 Problems depending on i 212 99 223 BOOK vi 248 Addenda to vi 279
 PAGE 307 328338 328 Centres of Similitude 339 Section vi 359 Miscellaneous Problems 378 Index 397 Copyright

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