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By William J. M'Clelland

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Join BE and A E. C draw CE parallel The ABD, * triangles therefore BDE and BCD are ABCD=ABED. The student should for the area of equal (Euc. I. 37) ; to each add learn the proof of the Trigonometrical expression in terms of the four sides and the sum any quadrilateral of either pair of opposite angles. 2 (Area) = (s - a)(s - - c)(s - d) - abed cos 2 J(^l -f C). , art. 152, cors. b)(s f To construct the quadrilateral. 6, and d 2 = c 2 + *2 = a 2 + & 2 + c 2 -2a&cos0 cos 6 = - cjd but substituting in d : be the angle between a and AC-x.

These angular rela- Take within the angle C. Then from the cyclic quadrilaterals we have 41 for example QRAO and RPBO (Euc. III. 20) LORP = OBPzu& LORQ=OAQ; adding these equations R = OAQ+OBP = C+AOB, AOB = R-C. or Again, since Euc. I. 32, A+ACO = BOC+ABO, by transposing A-BOC=ABO-ACO (1) A BO = RPO since PRBO is cyclic, ACO = QPO since PQCO is cyclic. But and Substituting these values in (1) therefore we have A - BOC= RPO - QPO = P BOC^A - P. ; COA = B-Q (8) the points are such that two of the angles P, Q of the P, Q, and B triangle formed by them are greater than Similarly It may be shown in the same manner that if R A respectively BOC=P-A, COA = Q-B, in a (y) AOB=C-R.

MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM. ^ 45 AB are given lines. Hence any vertex (C) BO, CA, and found by describing a segment of a circle upon PQ as centre and containing an angle equal to C, and with is OC is as radius describing circle. the required position of C. Again in the triangle BOG 00 a maximum, and is is Where when these circles meet EG is a maximum therefore a diameter of the Then OPC is a right angle. Hence the triangle of given species escribed to a given one is that whose sides are perpendicular to OP, OQ, OR.

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