| Ely Bates - Country life - 1804 - 383 pages
...relating to force, which contain useful truths : for instance, that a body with conjunct forces describes **the diagonal of a parallelogram in the same time that it would** the sides with separate. Is not this a principle of very extensive use ? Doth not the (in.) As the... | |
| Thomas Keith - Astronomy - 1811 - 346 pages
...similarly situated, are about the same diagonal. f I 5. If a body, by an uniform motion, describe one side ***of a parallelogram, in the same time that it -would describe the** adjacent side by an accelerati've force ; this body, by the joint action of these forces, -would describe... | |
| John Mason Good - 1819
...directed to contrary parts. From the preceding axioms sir Isaac draws the following corollaries. 1. **A body by two forces conjoined will describe the diagonal of a parallelogram in the same** tiiue that it would describe the sides by those forces apart. 2. Hence we may explain the composition... | |
| John Mason Good - 1813
...directed to contrary parts. From the preceding axiurps sir Isaac draws the following corollaries, 1. **A body by two forces conjoined will describe the diagonal of a parallelogram in the** saine time that it would describe the sides by those forces »part, 8. Hence we may explain the composition... | |
| Charles Hutton - Science - 1815
...pressed by the stone: ¿te. From this axiom, or law, Newton deduces the following corollaries. — 1. **A body by two forces conjoined will describe the diagonal...it would describe the sides by those forces apart.** — 2. Hence is explained the composition of any one direct / force out of any two oblique ones, viz,... | |
| George Berkeley - 1820
...relating to force, which contain useful truths : for instance, that a body with conjunct forces describes **the diagonal of a parallelogram, in the same time that it would** the sides with separate. Is not this a principle of very extensive use ? Doth not the doctrine of the... | |
| George Berkeley - 1820
...relating to force, .which contain useful truths : for instance, that a body with conjunct forces describes **the diagonal of a parallelogram, in the same time that it would** the sides with separate. Is not this a principle of very extensive use? Doth not the doctrine of the... | |
| Alexander Jamleson - 1821
...bodies A and B ; that is, AC: B c:: B: A. PROP. I. If a body by an uniform motion, describe one side **of a parallelogram, in the same time that it would describe the** adjacent side by an accelerative force ; this body, by the joint action of these forces, would describe... | |
| Sir Richard Phillips - Physics - 1826 - 214 pages
...latter is the proper busness of philosophy. 276. If a body by an uniform motion, describe one side **of a parallelogram, in the same time that it would describe the** adjacent side by an accelerated force, thi* body, by the joint action of these forces, would deOP THE... | |
| Thomas Keith - Globes - 1826 - 334 pages
...similarly situated, are about the same diagonal.? 5. If a body, by an uniform motion, describe one side **of a parallelogram, in the same time that it would describe the** adjacent side by an accelerative force ; this body, by the joint action of these forces, would describe... | |
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