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Book III Proposition 27 | |
Now equal angles stand on equal circumferences, when thay are at the centers; [III.26] therefore the circumference BK is equal to the circumference EF. But EF is equal to BC; therefore BK is also equal to BC, Therefore the angle BGC is not unequal to the angle EHF therefore it is equal to it. Being (part of) what it was required to prove. |
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