## A Catalogue of the Portsmouth Collection of Books and Papers Written by Or Belonging to Sir Isaac Newton: The Scientific Portion of which Has Been Presented by the Earl of Portsmouth to the University of Cambridge |

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**Solid of Least**Resistance . It is expressly stated by Newton himself that the Lunar Theory as given in his Principia is a mere specimen or fragment of the subject , intended to show how some of the more prominent lunar inequalities ... Page xv

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**solid of least**resistance , thus affording the first example of a class of problems which we now solve by means of the Calculus of Variations . He there gives what is equivalent to the differential equation to the curve by the ... Page xxi

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**Solid of Least**Resistance . Principia , Lib . II . Prop . 35 , Schol . A List of Propositions in the Lunar Theory intended to be inserted in a second edition of the Principia . III . The motion of the Apogee in an elliptic orbit of very ... Page xxii

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**solid**, and this**solid**move uniformly in water from M to B according to the direction of its axis BM : D 0 n N m M 2 9 Q b B P R the summ of the resistances of the two surfaces generated by the infinitely little lines Gg , Nn shall be**least**... Page xxiii

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**solid**generated by its revolution feels the**least**resistance of any**solid**with the same top and bottom BG and CD , then the resistance of the two narrow annular surfaces generated by the revolution of the [ infinitely little lines nN ] ...### Other editions - View all

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