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Book I Proposition 7 | |
Therefore given two straight lines AC, BC constructed on the straight
line AB and meeting at the point C, there cannot on the same side of AB
(from its extrimities A, B), two other straight lines meeting in another point D and with AD, BD equal
respectively to AC, BC. Being what it was required to prove. |
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