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" A stone, whirled about in a sling, endeavors to recede from the hand that turns it; and by that endeavor, distends the sling, and that with so much the greater force, as it is revolved with the greater velocity, and as soon as it is let go, flies away. "
Euclid's Elements of Geometry: The Six First Books. To which are Added ... - Page 432
by Rev. John Allen - 1822 - 494 pages
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The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy, Volume 1, Issue 1

Sir Isaac Newton - Celestial mechanics - 1803
...to recede from the hand that turns it; and by that endeavour, diftends the fling, and that with fo much the greater force, as it is revolved with the greater velocity, and as foon as ever it is let go, flies away. That fprce which oppofes itfelf to this endeavour, and by which...
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The inverted scheme of Copernicus: with the pretended experiments upon which ...

B. Prescot - Bible and science - 1822 - 216 pages
...endeavours to recede from the band that turns it; and by that endeavour, distends the sling, and that with so much the greater force, as it is revolved with the greater velocity, and as soon as ever it is let go, flies away." Certainly it does: I once, in particular, when I was a boy , to my...
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The Origin and Economy of Energy in the Universe ...

Israel Kaufman - Force and energy - 1903 - 422 pages
...sling and that with so much greater force, as it is revolved with greater velocity, and as soon as ever it is let go, flies away. That force, which opposes itself to this endeavor * * * I call centripetal force." (Principia, Def. V.) Why, I ask, should a body endeavor to...
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Physics With Illustrative Examples From Medicine and Biology: Mechanics

George B. Benedek, Felix M.H. Villars - Science - 2000 - 549 pages
...endeavors to recede from the hand that turns it, and by that endeavor, distends the sling, and that with so much the greater force, as it is revolved...flies away. That force which opposes itself to this endeavor, and by which the sling continually draws back the stone toward the hand, and retains it in...
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Philosophy of Nature

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel - Philosophy of nature - 2002 - 392 pages
...that endeavour, distends the sling, and that with so much the greater force, as it is revolved with greater velocity, and as soon as it is let go, flies away.' 250,1 Newton loc. cit., 'If a leaden ball, projected from the top of a mountain by the force of gunpowder,...
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