What is required therefore is, in other words, to find a point E on the circle such that, if ED be drawn perpendicular to ... be greater than the area of the equilateral triangle inscribed in the circle, or }(3\/3.112), where a is the radius of the circle.

Title | : | A Manual of Greek Mathematics |

Author | : | Sir Thomas Little Heath |

Publisher | : | Courier Corporation - 1931 |

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