| James Maurice Wilson - Conic sections - 1872 - 136 pages
...CONIC SECTIONS. t> BOOK V. CHAPTER I. ON THE SECTIONS OF A CONE. A right circular cone is the surface **generated by the revolution of a right-angled triangle round one of the sides** containing the right angle. The fixed side is called the axis of the cone. The hypothenuse, which by... | |
| Robert Potts - Algebra - 1879
...quantity multiplied by the length of the course of its centre of gravity." As for example, The right cone **is generated by the revolution of a right-angled triangle round one of the sides** which contain the right angle. The centre of gravity of this triangle is distant one-third of the base... | |
| Robert Potts - Algebra - 1879
...quantity multiplied by the length of the course of its contre of gravity." As for example, The right cone **is generated by the revolution of a right-angled triangle round one of the sides** which contain the right angle. The centre of gravity of this triangle is distant one-third of the base... | |
| Henry Percy Smith - English language - 1883 - 521 pages
...by a plane figure during its revolution round an axis in its plane ; as a tone, which is traced out **by the revolution of a right-angled triangle round one of the sides** containing the right angle. Solindiana. [L. solus, alone, fides, faith.} Those who maintain that men... | |
| James Maurice Wilson - Conic sections - 1885 - 156 pages
...pencil. CONIC SECTIONS. BOOK V. CHAPTER I. ON THE SECTIONS OF A CONE. A right circular cone is the solid **generated by the revolution of a right-angled triangle round one of the sides** containing the right angle. The fixed side is called the axis of the cone. The hypothenuse, which by... | |
| Alfred John Pearce - 1897 - 182 pages
...in the previous question at 2s. 6d. a square foot ? XXXIII.— ON THE CONE. A cone is a solid formed **by the revolution of a right-angled triangle round one of the sides** containing the right angle. Let ABC be a right-angled triangle, having the right angle at B, and let... | |
| R. H. Warn, J. G. Horner - Technology & Engineering - 2002 - 284 pages
...obtain the cone (Fig. Ill) in which the Fig. 109. kase is a circle. The cone is denned as being formed **by the revolution of a right-angled triangle round one of the sides** which contains the right angle, the side round Fig. 110. which the revolution takes place being fixed:... | |
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