By Jacques Faraut
Provides self contained exposition of the geometry of symmetric cones, and develops research on those cones and at the complicated tube domain names linked to them.
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15. Draw a line parallel to the base BC of a given triangle ABC and meeting the sidesAB, ACin the pointsB', C' so that the trapezoidBB'CCshallhave a given perimeter. 16. Construct a triangle so that its sides shall pass through three given noncollinear points and shall be divided by these points internally in given ratios. REVIEW EXERCISES CONSTRUCT! ONS 1. In a given circle to draw a diameter such that it shall sub tend a given angle at a given point. 2. Draw a line on which two given circles shall intercept chords of given lengths.
Problem. Construct a triangle given the two lateral sides and the ratw of the base to its altitude (b, c, a:ha. = p:q). A c B FIG. 23 . Let ABC be the required triangle (Fig. 23). On the altitude AD lay off AE = q and' through E draw the parallel PEG to BC. From the similar triangles AFG, ABC we have: AF:AG = AB:AC = c:b, FG:AE = BC:AD = p:q; hence FG = p. Thus in the triangle AFG, similar to the required triangle, we know the base FG = p, the altitude AE = q, and the ratio of the sides AF:AG = c:b; hence this triangle may be constructed.
Likewise for the other pairs of the sides of the two polygons. Corresponding pairs of sides of the two polygons being parallel, s E A c FIG. 26 corresponding angles are equal. Thus the two polygons are similar, they are similarly placed, their ratio of similitude has the given value, k, and the lines joining corresponding vertices obviously meet inS. 40 SIMILITUDE AND HOMOTHECY [Ch. II,§§ 35, 36, 37 35. Definitions. The points A and A', Band B', ... (§ 34) are said to be corresponding points, or homologous points, or homothetic points in the homothecy.
Analysis on Symmetric Cones by Jacques Faraut