## The Elements of Euclid: Viz. the First Six Books, Together with the Eleventh and Twelfth |

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And that a circle may be

And that a circle may be

**described**from any centre , at any distance from that centre . AXIOMS . I. Things which are equal to the same thing , are equal to one another . II . If equals be added to equals , the wholes are equal . III . Page 7

... and it is

... and it is

**described**upon the given straight line AB . Which was required to be done . PROP . II . PROB . From a given point to draw a straight line equal to a given straight line . Let A be the given point , and BC the given ... Page 34

... and it has one of its angles CEF equal to the given angle D : wherefore a parallelogram FECG has been

... and it has one of its angles CEF equal to the given angle D : wherefore a parallelogram FECG has been

**described**equal to the given triangle ABC , having one of its angles CEF equal to the given angle D. Which was to be done . Page 37

Therefore the parallelogram KFLM has been

Therefore the parallelogram KFLM has been

**described**equal to the given rectilineal figure ABCD , having the angle FKM equal to the given angle E. Which was to be done . Cor . From this it is manifest how to a given straight line to ... Page 38

HI In any right - angled triangle , the square which is

HI In any right - angled triangle , the square which is

**described**upon the side subtending the right angle , is equal to the squares**described**upon the sides which contain the right angle . Let ABC be a right - angled triangle , having ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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