Geometry in space

containing parts of Euclid"s eleventh and twelfth books and some properties of polyhedra and solids of revolution, with exercises
  • 101 Pages
  • 2.37 MB
  • English

Clarendon Press , Oxford
Geometry -- Early works to 1800., Mathematics, G
Statementedited by R.C.J. Nixon.
SeriesClarendon Press series
ContributionsNixon, Randal Charles John., Larmor, Alexander.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 101p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18389403M

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GEOMETRY. 2 5. A solid, in common language, is a limited portion of space lled with matter; but in Geometry we have nothing to do with the matter of which a body is composed; we study simply its shape and size; that is, we regard a solid as a limited portion of space which may be occupied by a physical body, or marked out in some other way.

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