But some magnitudes there are which have no common measure, as the Diagony of a quadrate and his side, 116.
The comparison or rate of a quadrate with a rectangle is first.
And by the same argument it shall be treble unto the quadrate or square of ei.
This is the rate of a quadrate with a rectangle and a quadrate.
But the side of a quadrate proposed in a number is oft times sought.
The side of a quadrate given is many times in numbers sought.
For the rectangle of the segments, and the quadrate, are made of one side, and of the segments of the other.
Lastly, to the equalls adde the quadrate of the bisegment or halfe.
Here the first quadrate oy, is five times as great, as the second su.
And a Rhomboides is so opposed to an oblong, as a Rhombus is to a quadrate.
quadrate quad·rate (kwŏd'rāt', -rĭt)
adj.
Having four sides and four angles; square or rectangular.