A C D G, is nearly equal to the area of a circle, whose diameter A B contains 14 parts, and the distance A S, from the perpendicular, 11 of such parts. And if 7 and 22 were strictly to each other as the diameter of a circle to its circumference, the square of A C would be the true area ... 8. If the length of a rectangle be 6 feet, and the breadth 1 foot, it is evident that the rectangle will contain 6 square feet ; if theanbsp;...
|Title||:||A treatise on mensuration, for the use of schools. [With] Appendix|
|Author||:||Ireland commissioners of nat. educ|