by printed for R. Knaplock (at the Bishop"s-Head), and D. Midwinter (at the Three Crowns in St. Paul"s Church-Yard in London) .
Written in English
|Statement||Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies ; And render"d into English, byJohn Harris, D.D. and Secretary to the Royal Society.|
|Contributions||Harris, John, 1667?-1719.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||164|
The item Short, but yet plain elements of geometry. Writen [sic] in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S, (electronic resource) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or . Get this from a library! Short, but yet plain elements of geometry: and plain trigometry. Shewing How by a Brief and Easie Method, most of what is Necessary and Useful in Euclide, Archimedes, Apollonius and other Excellent Geometricians, both Ancient and Modern, may be Understood. Written in French by F. Ignat. Gaston Pardies. And rendred into English, by John Harris M.A. and F.R.S. Get this from a library! Short, but yet plain elements of geometry and plain trigonometry.: Shewing how by a brief and easie method, all that is necessary and useful in euclide, archimedes, apollonius and other excellent geometricians, both ancient and modern, may be understood. Written in French by F. Ignatius Gaston Pardies. And now rendred into English from the fourth and last edition. Page 33 - ABD, is equal* to two right angles, « 1. therefore all the interior, together with all the exterior angles of the figure, are equal to twice as many right angles as there are sides of the figure; that is, by the foregoing corollary, they are equal to all the interior angles of the figure, together with four right angles; therefore all the exterior angles are equal to four right.
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