# Topics in transcendental algebraic geometry : (a seminar; by Phillip A Griffiths, Mathematiker USA

By Phillip A Griffiths, Mathematiker USA

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It still takes 1r cans of paint to paint it. So C/2 = 1r. So: C = (circumference of circle of radius 1) = 21r Now the circle of radius r is obtained by magnifying the circle of radius 1 with magnification factor r. Since length is one-dimensional, the Magnification Principle says that: C = (circumference of circle of radius r) r·21r 21rr Intuition: 52 I18 When are triangles congruent? Back in II0, we gave a rule called SSS to decide if two triangles were congruent: S S S: Two triangles are congruent if there is a way of pairing off the vertices of the first with the vertices of the second so that corresponding side of the two triangles are congruent.

Going to the right instead of to the left, we see in the same way that assuming that possibility is that a = ~ ~ < 90' also leads to a contradiction. So the only = 90', which means that Land M are parallel. In t u i t ion 42 1. One thing we did not check when we were doing 114 is that, when we s1ide the rectang1e PQRS down the 1ine M, the copies we make as we go fit together side-by-side as shown in the picture in 114. Explain this by exp1aining why L. PP 1R ::: L. ~ in the figure in I14. 2. Princip1e of Vertica1 Ang1es: When two 1ines intersect, a = ~.

Find the lengths of the hypoteneuses in the right triangles shown below: lb;. 1 1~ V2 l~ 1~ V3 2 1ge 29 Intuition: 30 110 Side Side Side (SSS) There is something we've been needing to use that we haven't talked about yet. The SSS Property If LlABC ("triangle" ABC) and ~DEF are such that: (side AB) (side DE) (side BC) (side EF) (side CAl ~ (side FD) then, LlABC ~ @EF. ~ Let's see why the SSS property is enough to force the two triangles to be congruent: Since DE ~ AB, we can move @EF, without bending, stretching, or breaking it, until D lies on top of'A, and E lies on top of B.