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" is equal to the product of its perimeter into the half of the perpendicular drawn from the centre upon one of its sides ; hence the circle being considered as a polygon of a great number of sides, its area ought to equal the product of the circumference... "
Reflexions on the Metaphysical Principles of the Infinitesimal Analysis - Page 7
by Lazare Carnot - 1832 - 132 pages
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The World of Mathematics, Volume 1

James Roy Newman - Mathematics - 2000 - 768 pages
...curve to be a regular polygon of a great number of aides: the area of any regular polygon whatever is equal to the product of its perimeter into the...perpendicular drawn from the centre upon one of its aides; hence, the circle being considered as a polygon of a great number of sides, its area ought to...
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