| JOHN WESLEY YOUNG - 1911
...is called the plane ABO. It is then possible to prove that all points of the straight lines AB, BO, **CA belong to the plane, and that every motion transforms...purpose is added the following assumption : 6. If A, B,** 0 are three non-collinear points and D is a point of the line BO distinct from B, the plane ABD is... | |
| Jacob William Albert Young - Mathematics - 1911 - 416 pages
...and | ABC\ and \A'B'C'\, then (A, C) is congruent to (A', C'). X. (A, B) is congruent to (B, A). XI. **If A, B, C are three non-collinear points and D is a point** in the order \BCD\, and if A'B'C' are three non-collinear points and D' is a point in the order \B'C'D'\... | |
| Jacob William Albert Young - Mathematics - 1911 - 416 pages
...angles and other figures in a plane, we must introduce an additional assumption. Assumption XI. // **A, B, C are three non-collinear points and D is a point** in the order \BCD\, and if A'B'C' are three non-collinear points and D' is a point inthe order \B'C'D'\... | |
| Jacob William Albert Young - Mathematics - 1911 - 416 pages
...angles and other figures in a plane, we must introduce an additional assumption. Assumption XI. // **A, B, C are three non-collinear points and D is a point** in the order {BCD}, and if A'B'C' are three non-collinear points and D' is a point in the order \ B'C'D'... | |
| Heinrich Behnke - Mathematics - 1974 - 685 pages
...exist exactly two distinct points D' and D" with AD = A'D' s A'D" and BD = B'D' = B' D" (Fig. 7). V7 : **If A, B, C are three noncollinear points and D is a point of the line** joining A to B, and if A' , B', C', D' are four points with AB = A'B' ; BC = B'C'; AC = A'C' and AD... | |
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