# Methods and theories for the solution of problems of by Julius Petersen

By Julius Petersen

This old ebook could have a variety of typos and lacking textual content. buyers can obtain a unfastened scanned reproduction of the unique e-book (without typos) from the writer. now not listed. now not illustrated.1879 Excerpt: ... advent. I repositions in Geometry seem in a double shape; they both exhibit, definite determine, drawn in a definite means, satisfies yes stipulations, or they require a determine to be so built, that yes given stipulations are chuffed. the 1st shape is the theory the second one the matter of building. In fixing difficulties of development definite instruments are used, viz: a directly area, wherein a immediately line will be drawn via joints, and a couple of compasses in which a circle might be defined from a given centre with a given radius. Any resolution of an issue will accordingly be a mixture of those operations. Being therefore limited, it follows that many difficulties it sounds as if basic cannot be solved (f. inst the trisecting of an attitude, squarirg of a circle etc.); in generr.l it may be proved to be the case, the place difficulties result in equations, which could now not be decreased to equations of the 1st or moment measure. an issue is greater than determinate whilst extra stipulations than precious for the answer are given; determinate while there's a finite, indeterminate whilst there's an unlimited variety of recommendations. In fixing the determinate challenge there has to be said: The mod:: of continuing, The facts of its correctness and The dialogue, i. e. declaring the bounds of the given amounts in an effort to have o, 1, 2 and so forth. ideas. one of the indeterminate difficulties these are of exact curiosity, the place one extra situation will render the matter determinate. even supposing this sort of challenge has an unlimited variety of recommendations, any likelihood flgure won't fulfill it; yet all of the strategies will crew themselves in a manner, based upon the given stipulations. therefore some degree depends upon pleasant stipulations; if just one take delivery of, it really is indeterminat...

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175. In one side of a given triangle to find a point, from which lines, drawn in given directions to the other sides, have a given sum. 176. Given a point. B and two parallels AX and CY. Through B draw a line, intersecting the parallels in two points, X and Y, the lines AX and A Y having a given ratio. Remove B; choose X1 for X anywhere in AX and determine Y, corresponding to Y in AY. 177. Given an angle and a point. Through this draw a line X Y, which intersects the legs of the angle in X and Y, the distance of X Y from the vertex of the angle having a given ratio to XZ, which connecting X with a point, Z, in the other leg of the angle, has also a given direction.

In a given circle to inscribe a triangle similar to a given, having given a point, through which one side of the triangle shall pass. 224. In a given circle to draw a chord of a given length and r having a given direction. 225. In a given circle to inscribe a triangle, one side of which is equal and parallel to a given line; the line, which bisects the opposite angle shall also pass through a given point. One side is obtained by I ; two points of the line bisecting the opposite angle are then known.

Construct a trapezium of the diagonals, the line, which joins the middle points of the diagonals, and the line, which joins the middle points of two opposite sides. 306. In a circle to inscribe a trapezium, of which we know the altitude and the sum of the parallel sides. The trapezium may be placed in such a manner, that it is. divided symetrically by a diameter. The middle point of one of the sides, which are not parallel, must fall in a, known line parallel to the diameter. The ex- tremity of the altitude drawn from the end of one of the sides, which are not parallel, may now be determined.