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Book I Proposition 7 | |
For, if possible, given two straight lines AC, BC constructed on the straignt line AB and meeting at the point C, let two other straignt lines AD, BD be constructed on the same straight line AB, on the same side of it, meeting in another point D and equal to to the former two respectively, namely each to that which has the same extremity with it, so that AC is equal to AD which has the same extremity A with it, and BC to BD which has the same extremity B with it; and let CD be joined. |
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