## Euclid's Elements of Geometry: The First Six, the Eleventh and Twelfth Books |

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valuable for the purposes they were intended by

belong to the elements of plane and solid geometry , as the first fix , eleventh ...

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**Euclid**, Edmund Stone. fufficientlyvaluable for the purposes they were intended by

**Euclid**himself , do not so nearlybelong to the elements of plane and solid geometry , as the first fix , eleventh ...

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mended and made generally true for all magnitudes incommenfurable , by

leaving out the second condition expressed in the following words , If the multiple

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**Euclid**is cleared ; however this be , I am of opinion that definition may bemended and made generally true for all magnitudes incommenfurable , by

leaving out the second condition expressed in the following words , If the multiple

of the ...

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. XVIII . of the Additions to BOOK VI . Towards the latter end of the demonstration

of this proposition , there is something omitted which should not , to make the ...

The First Six, the Eleventh and Twelfth Books

**Euclid**, Edmund Stone. 1 Ön PROP. XVIII . of the Additions to BOOK VI . Towards the latter end of the demonstration

of this proposition , there is something omitted which should not , to make the ...

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simple order . But with respect to the curve lines of the second , and higher orders

, their tangents will not be included within this Euclidean definition of a tangent ...

The First Six, the Eleventh and Twelfth Books

**Euclid**, Edmund Stone. and mostsimple order . But with respect to the curve lines of the second , and higher orders

, their tangents will not be included within this Euclidean definition of a tangent ...

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omitting less evident and almost useless definitions for his purpose , whether true

or false , and using another more fimple and easy , though not true , if it be ...

The First Six, the Eleventh and Twelfth Books

**Euclid**, Edmund Stone. blamed foromitting less evident and almost useless definitions for his purpose , whether true

or false , and using another more fimple and easy , though not true , if it be ...

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Page 248 - But it was proved that the angle AGB is equal to the angle at F ; therefore the angle at F is greater than a right angle : But by the hypothesis, it is less than a right angle ; which is absurd.

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