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第 546 頁

Multiply the

the perpendicular ; -- or multiply the

product ; either of these modes will give the answer . Thus : -- In the right angle ...

Multiply the

**base**by half the perpendicular ; -_ or bualf the**base**by the whole ofthe perpendicular ; -- or multiply the

**base**by the perpendicular , and take half theproduct ; either of these modes will give the answer . Thus : -- In the right angle ...

第 577 頁

Montgomery Robert Bartlett. Multiply the area of the

perpendicular altitude ; -- the product will be the answer . Thus : Suppose a

triangular pyramid to be 45ft . high , and each side of the

cubic contents ?

Montgomery Robert Bartlett. Multiply the area of the

**base**by 1-3 of theperpendicular altitude ; -- the product will be the answer . Thus : Suppose a

triangular pyramid to be 45ft . high , and each side of the

**base**10lt .; what is itscubic contents ?

第 578 頁

Thus : Suppose that each side of the larger

pyramid be 10ft . and the sides of the smaller

.; what is its cubic contents ? Ans . 1633. + 10x10 = 100 , area of the greater

.

Thus : Suppose that each side of the larger

**base**of the frustum of a squarepyramid be 10ft . and the sides of the smaller

**base**6ft , each , and the altitude 25ft.; what is its cubic contents ? Ans . 1633. + 10x10 = 100 , area of the greater

**base**.

第 623 頁

from the square of the hypotenuse , subtract the square of the perpendicular , and

the square of the

B's garden presents the figure of a right angle triangle , the

from the square of the hypotenuse , subtract the square of the perpendicular , and

the square of the

**base**is left , the square root of which gives its length . Thus : --B's garden presents the figure of a right angle triangle , the

**base**of which is 24 ... 第 670 頁

40 X 40 = 1600 , square of the

square root of 900 equals 30ft . Ains . Or , Suppose tho hypotenuse to be 16ft .

and the perpendicular 12ft . what is the length of the

144 ...

40 X 40 = 1600 , square of the

**base**. 900 , difference of the squares , and thesquare root of 900 equals 30ft . Ains . Or , Suppose tho hypotenuse to be 16ft .

and the perpendicular 12ft . what is the length of the

**base**? 16x16 = 256 12X12 =144 ...

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