Q a#39;d 61 COR. 3. Equal squares have equal sides. Let the square AC be equal in sur- A face to the square EG, then the sideL BC is equal to the side FG. For, if not, let BC be greater than FG, and cut off BI equal to FG, and on BI make the square anbsp;...
|Title||:||Elements of Plane Geometry, theoretical and practical, including plane trigonometry, mensuration of plane surfaces and geometrical analysis. Third edition|
|Author||:||Thomas DUNCAN (Professor of Mathematics.)|