| John Ward (of Chester.) - 1728 - 456 Seiten
...CoroBary. Hence it follows, that if Three, Four, or never fo many Parallel-lines, are cut or crofs'd-by one **Right-line, all their Oppofite Angles will be Equal....Angles of every plain Triangle, are Equal to Two Right-** AKghs; (]2. ei) Coxfequently, any Two Angles of any plain Triangle mufl needs le Lefsihan Two Right-... | |
| John Ward - 1747 - 480 Seiten
...Corollary. Hence It follows, that if three, four, or ever fo many Parallel-lines, are cut or cfofs'd by one **Right-line, all their oppofite Angles will be equal....three Angles of every plain triangle are equal to** twa Right-angles 4 (32. t. I.) Cenfequentfy, any two Angles of any plain Triangle mufl needs Is left... | |
| John Ward (of Chester.) - 1747 - 480 Seiten
...Corollary. Hence it follows, that if three, four, or ever fo many Parallel lines, are cut or crofs'd by one **Right-line, all their oppofite Angles will be equal. THEOREM iv. The three** Anglet of every plain Triangle an equal to two Right-angle: v (32- '• !'). any two Angles if any... | |
| Alexander Jamieson - 1835 - 304 Seiten
...conviction of. a truth may be irresistible, and yet not immediate. llhis. 1. Thus, my conviction that **the three angles of every plain triangle are equal to two right angles,** is irresistible, but it is not immediate. I am convinced of it by demonstrative reasoning. 2. Our belief... | |
| Alexander Jamieson - 1837 - 304 Seiten
...conviction of a truth may be irresistible, and yet not immediate. lllvs. 1. Thus, my conviction that **the three angles of every plain triangle are equal to two right angles,** is irresistible, but it is not immediate. I am convinced of it by demonstrative reasoning. 2. Our belief... | |
| 1845
...extreme accuracy required, and happily attained, in such works as those in question. Every one knows that **the three angles of every plain triangle are equal to two right angles.** But this is not so in regard to spherical triangles. If, for example, we look at a common globe, and... | |
| Thomas Reid - 1846
...[110] The conviction of a truth may be irresistible, and yet not immediate. Thus, my conviction that **the three angles of every plain triangle are equal to two right angles,** is irresistible, but it is not immediate ; I am convinced of it by demonstrative reasoning. There are... | |
| 1848
...extreme accuracy required, and happily attained, in such works as those in question. Every one knows that **the three angles of every plain triangle are equal to two right angles.** But this is not so in regard to spherical triangles. If, for example, we look at a common globe, and... | |
| Thomas Reid - 1850 - 462 Seiten
...whatsoever. The conviction of a truth may be irresistible, and yet not immediate. Thus, my conviction that **the three angles of every plain triangle are equal to two right angles,** is irresistible, but it is not immediate : I am convinced of it by demonstrative reasoning. There are... | |
| George Alexander Johnston - 1911 - 267 Seiten
...whatsoever. The conviction of a truth may be irresistible, and yet not immediate. Thus, my conviction that **the three angles of every plain triangle are equal to two right angles,** is irresistible, but it is not immediate ; I am convinced of it by demonstrative reasoning. There are... | |
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