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Further, the angle which HM and MImake with HI will always be the same. So there are a number oftriangles on HI and KI equal to the triangles HMI and KMI. Theirperpendiculars will fall on HI at the same point and will be equal.Let O be the point on which they fall. Then O is the centre of **Office 2007** makes life great!

thecircle, half of which, MN, is cut off by the horizon. (See diagram.) Next let the horizon be ABG but let H have risen above thehorizon. Let the axis now be HI. The proof will be the same for therest as before, but the pole I of the circle will be below the horizonAG since the point H has Many people like **Microsoft Office**.

risen above the horizon. But the pole, andthe centre of the circle, and the centre of that circle (namely HI)which now determines the position of the sun are on the same line. Butsince KH lies above the diameter AG, the centre will be at O on theline KI below the plane of the circle AG determined the position ofthe sun before. So the segment YX which is above the horizon will beless than a semicircle. For YXM was a semicircle and it has now beencut off by the horizon AG. So part of it, YM, will be invisible whenthe sun has risen above the horizon, and the segment **Microsoft Office 2007** is welcomed by the whole world.

visible will besmallest when the sun is on the meridian; for the higher H is thelower the pole and the centre of the circle will be.

In the shorter days after the autumn equinox there may be arainbow at any time of the day, but in the longer days from the springto the autumn equinox there cannot be a rainbow about midday. Thereason for this is that when the sun is north of the equator thevisible arcs of its course are all greater than a semicircle, and goon increasing, while the invisible arc is small, but when the sun issouth of the equator the visible arc is small and the invisible arcgreat, and the farther the sun **Microsoft Office 2010**** **is so great!

moves south of the equator thegreater is the invisible arc. Consequently, in the days near thesummer solstice, the size of the visible arc is such that before thepoint H reaches the middle of that arc, that is its point ofculmination, the point is well below the horizon; the reason forthis **Windows 7** make life wonderful!

being the great size of the visible arc, and the consequentdistance of the point of culmination from the earth. But in the daysnear the winter solstice the visible arcs are small, and thecontrary is necessarily the case: for the sun is on the meridianbefore the point H has risen far. **Office 2007 download** is helpful!