But, because of data of focus and subtended angles, these beings or objects must have been high.
And from hence is the making of a like section, by giving a right line to be subtended.
An angle is said to be subtended by the side which is opposite to it.
In like manner, a side is said to be subtended by an angle, as A K by the angle at C.
They subtended so small a fraction of a thousandth of a second of arc that no information could be had about them.
Euclid dismisses all this with the simple theorem, "In equal circles equal circumferences are subtended by equal straight lines."
It must be borne in mind that the stereoscopic angle is that subtended by one stereograph and the eye.
The greatest side of a triangle subtendeth the greatest angle; and the greatest angle is subtended of the greatest side.
As here; Because the sides shall be subtended to equall peripheries: Therefore by the 32 e xv.
In equal circles equal arcs are subtended by equal straight lines.