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ARCHIMEDIS
_Erit r o minor, quàm, quæ uſque ad axem]_ Ex decima
Epropoſitione quinti libri elementorum.
Linea, quæ uſque ad axem
apud Archimedem, eſt dimidia eius, iuxta quam poſſunt, quæ à ſe-
ctione ducuntur;
ut ex quarta propoſitione libri de conoidibus, &
ſphæroidibus apparet.
cur uero ita appellata ſit, nos in commentarijs
in eam editis tradidimus.
_Quare angulus r p ω acutus erit]_ producatur linea n o ad
Fh, ut ſit r h æqualis ei, quæ uſque ad axem.
ſi igitur à puncto h du-
catur linea ad rectos angulos ipſi n h, conueniet cum f p extra ſe-
ctionem:
ducta enim per o ipſi a l æquidiſtans, extra ſectionem ca
dit ex decima ſepti-
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[Figure 20]
ma primi libri coni-
corum.
Itaque con-
ueniat in u.
& quo
niam f p est æqui-
distans diametro;
h u uero ad diame-
trum perpendicula-
ris;
& r h æqualis
ei, quæ uſq;
ad axẽ,
linea à puncto r ad
u ducta angulos re-
ctos faciet cum ea, quæ ſectionem in puncto p contingit, hoc eſt cum
k ω, ut mox demonstrabitur.
quare perpendicularis r t inter p &
ω cadet;
erítque r p ω angulus acutus.
Sit rectanguli coni ſectio, ſeu parabole a b c, cuius
diameter b d:
atque ipſam contingat linea e f in pun-
cto g:
ſumatur autem in diametro b d linea h k æqua-
lis ei, quæ uſque ad axem:
& per g ducta g l, diame-
tro æquidistante, à puncto _k_ ad rectos angulos ipſi b d
ducatur _k_ m, ſecans g l in m.
Dico lineam ab h ad

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