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the angles which stand upon
nces are equal to one another
at the centers or circumfe
XXXII Theor
touches a circle, & from the point
line be drawn cutting the circle,
this line with the line touching
be equal to the angles which
te segments of the circle.
XXXVII Theor
without a circle there be drawn
one of which cuts the circle,
it; if the rectangle of the
cuts the circle, and the part
circle be equal to the square of
ects it, the line which meets
circle.—
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In equal circles equal straight lines cut off equal
circumferences, the greater equal to the greater,
and the less to the less.
Prop XXXIII Prob.
Upon a given straight line to describe a segment
of a circle, containing an angle equal to a given
rectilineal angle.
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In equal circles equal circumferences, are
subtended by equal straight lines.—
Prop XXXIV Prob.
To cut off a Segment from a given circle
which shall contain an angle equal to a given
rectilineal angle.
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Prop IV Prob.
To inscribe a circle in a given
triangle.
Prop X Prob
To describe an Iscoceles triangle
having each of the angles of the
base double of the third angle.
Prop XVI Prob.
To describe an equilaetral and
equiangular quindecagon triangle in a given circle.
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Prop V Prob
To describe a Circle about a given
triangle.
Prop XII Prob
To describe an equilateral &
equiangular pentagon in a given Circle.
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Prop VI Prob
To inscribe a Square in a given
Circle.
Prop XII. Prob
To describe an equilateral and
equiangular pentagon about a
given Circle.
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the propositions of the third and fourth books of euclid as expressed by simson 

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