| Thomas Baker (C.E.) - 1865
...chord of half the arc of a bridge is 24 feet, and the rise of the crown of the arc 1 6 feet ; required **the radius of the circle of which the arch is a part.** Ans. By formula (3) the- diameter is found = 36 feet, whence the required radius is 18 feet. C. A circular... | |
| Benjamin Vaughan Abbott, Austin Abbott - Conveyancing - 1866 - 702 pages
...hammer-dressed, the stone shall be cut or shaped so as to range transversely of the arch and conform **to the radius of the circle of which the arch is a** segment, and shall be laid and grouted in mortar. 21. THE BEICK HA I:I:KI. CULVERTS shall be built... | |
| Alfred Cook - Psychology - 1904 - 386 pages
...the beaver in complicated polity are the bees. The cells of the comb are six-sided, a side thus being **equal in length to the radius of the circle of which the** sides are chords, speaking geometrically, the result being that the system of cells is constructed... | |
| Alan P. Kefauver - Music - 2001 - 606 pages
...Quantization. Quiescent Noise — See Noise, Quiescent. Radian — The angle subtended by an arc that **is equal in length to the radius of the circle of which** it is a part (approximately 57.29°). Radiation Pattern — The polar pattern of a loudspeaker. Radiator,... | |
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