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the circle or ellipsis traced on the axis of the cylinder, that is, pi and plO to I'l, and

i'lO

: (/2 and fj9 in k'2 and /;'(;, tvc. In order to avoid unnecessary repetition, the

Ji(/s. 494,

495, 496. are similarly figured, and will by insjieetiou indicate the corresponding lines.

117:5. In the last figure the line E'E' is the a])proxiniate developenient of the circum-

ference of the circles which follow the section UE perpendicular to the axis of the cylinder,

divided into 12 e(]ual yartfi,

Jig.

494. For which purpose there have been transferred upon

this line on each side of the point D, six of the divisions of the circle, and through these

))oints iuive been drawn an efpial number, of indefinite parallels to the lines traced ujjon the

cylinder m

Jiff.

494. : then taking the point D' as correspondent to D, the length of these

lines is determined by transferring to each of them their relative dimensions, measured

from DE in AG for the superior surface of the cylinder, and from DE to HO for

the base.

1174. In respect of the two elliptical surfaces which terminate this solid, what has been

above stated, on the manner of describing a curve by means of ordinates, will render further

explanation on that point needless.

DEVELOPEJIENT OF RIGHT AND OBLIQUE CONES.

1 1 75. Tlie reasoning which has been used in respect of cylinders and prisms, Is ap-

plicable to cones and pyramids.

1 1 76. In right pyramids, with regular and symmetrical bases, the edges or arrisses from

the base to the apex are equal, and the sides of the polygon on which they stand being

equal, their developenient must be composed of similar isosceles triangles, which in their

union will form throughout, part of a regular polygon, inscribed in a circle whose inclined

sides will be the radii. Thus, in considering the base of the cone A B

(^Jig. 497.) as a

regular polygon

of an infinite number of sides, its developement becomes a sector of a

circle A"B"U"'C"

(jiff.

498.) uhose radius is equal to the side AC of the cone, and the

arc equal to the

circumference of the circle which is its base.

1 1 77 Upon this may be traced the developement

of the curves which would result from

the cone cut according to the lines DI, EF, and GH,

which are the ellipsis, the parabola,

and the hyperbola.

For this purpose the circumference

of the base of the cone

must be

divided into equal

parts ;

from each point lines must be

drawn to the centre C,

representmg

in this case the apex of the cone. Having

transferred, by means of parallels, to I I, the

divisions of the

semi-circumference

AFB of the plan, upon the line A B', forming the base

uf the vertical

projection

of the cone

(fg.

497.)

to the points

1'2',

F3

,

and

4^,

which, be-

cause of the

uniformity of the

curvature of the circle will also represent the divisions on the

plan marked 8, 7 F', 6,

and 5 ;

from the summit C in the elevation of the cone, the hues

Cr C'2' C'F C'3'

C'4' are to be

drawn, cutting the plans DI, EF, and GH of the ellipse,

of the parabola, and' of the

hyperbola; then by the

assistance of these

intersections their

figures may be drawn on the plan, the first in IDpTp" ;

the second in FE'F

;

the third in

TT//^ TT/'

1178

'

To obtain the points of the

circumference

of the

ellipse upon the

developement

(

fin. 498.),

from the points n, o,p,

q,

r of the line DI

(fff.

497.),

draw parallels to the base

for the purpose of transferring

their

heights upon CB' at the points

1 2, 3,4, 5.

Iheu

transfer CD upon the developement,

in C"n"', C'V", C"p''',

C"q"\C

r

V ^"'l

"\*,^^

'f

"'^

order below, C""". C"o"", C'>"",

C

'q'%

"r"" ;

and CI from C" m I' and I '. Ihe

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