GEOMETRY,or the Doctrine of EXTENDED, or
viz. l°, Lines, Right, Perpendicular, Parallel, Oblique,
Angles, Acute, Scalenous, Vertical, Opposite, &c.
or Surfaces, Triangle, Square, Parallelogram, Trapezium, Polygon, &c.
Circumstances hereof, as Perimeter, Area, &c.
hereto, as Bissecting, Dividing, Multiplying, Measuring, &c.
Instruments used therein, as Compasses, Ruler, Square, Parallelism, Scale,
Curves, as Circle, Cycloid, Cissoid, Catenaria, Caustic, Evolute,
Circumstances thereof, as Axis, Diameter, Radius,
Centre, Circumference, Absciss, Ordinate, &c.
Arch, Chord, Sine,
Tangent, Secant, &c.
Instruments used herein, as Artificial Lines,
Operations arising herefrom, as Surveying, taking
Angles or Bearings, &c.
with Quadrant, Plain-Table, Semicircle,
taking Distances, with Chain, Perambulator, &c.
Plotting into Draught, Map, &c.
with Protractor, &c.
3°, Solids or
Bodies, as Cube, Parallelepiped, Prism, Pyramid, Cylinder, Polyhedron,
Their Surface, Solidity, &c.
Operations relating hereto, as
Cubature, measuring of Timber, Gauging, &c.
Instruments used herein,
as Carpenters Rule, Sector, Sliding Rule, Gauging Rod, &c.----
Sphere, its Doctrine, Projection, &c.
Application thereof, in
Planisphere, Analemma, &c.----
The Cone, its Sections, Ellipsis, Parabola,
Their Asymptotes, Foci, &c.
Quadrature, Rectification, &c.