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### Literary usage of Trihedrals

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**1.** *The Cyclopædia;: Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature.by Abraham Rees* by Abraham Rees (1819)

"... of oblique **trihedrals**. PROBLEM I. Make the angle EBH (Plaie I. Stereography, fg.
I.) equal to one of the given fides, and the angle EBF equal to the ..."**2.** *Elements of Geometry and the First Principles of Modern Geometry* by Wm. H. H. Phillips, Theodore Preston Hill (1878)

"If two **trihedrals** have two face angles of the one equal to two face angles of
the other, each to each, and the included dihedrals equal, ..."**3.** *Solid Geometry* by Herbert Edwin Hawkes, William Arthur Luby, Frank Charles Touton (1922)

"If the face angles of two **trihedrals** are equal each to each and are arranged in
the same order, the **trihedrals** are congruent. 165. ..."**4.** *Key to Milne's Plane and Solid Geometry* by William James Milne (1899)

"Two **trihedrals** are equal or symmetrical, if two dihedrals and the included face
... If the corresponding parts are in the same order in the two **trihedrals**, ..."**5.** *Plane and Solid Analytic Geometry* by William Fogg Osgood, William Caspar Graustein (1921)

"That is, two directed **trihedrals** are similar, ... Consequently, the directed
**trihedrals** representing the infinitely many sets of direction components of L ..."**6.** *Vector Calculus: With Applications to Physics* by James Byrnie Shaw (1922)

"The vanishing of the scalar invariants of <p leads to some interesting theorems.
If mi = 0, there is an infinite set of **trihedrals** which are transformed by ..."**7.** *Plane and Solid Geometry* by George Clinton Shutts (1913)

"Compare the face angles of the subtended **trihedrals** which are measured by AB ...
Put the two **trihedrals** in coincidence and compare the spherical triangles. ..."