## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Part 1 |

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ABSTRACT DYNAMICS . V. INTRODUCTORY 130 VI . STATICS OF A PARTICLE

. ATTRACTION 134 VII . STATICS OF SOLIDS AND FLUIDS 193 APPENDIX 276

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**EXPERIENCE**106 IV . MEASURES AND INSTRUMENTS 117 DIVISION II .ABSTRACT DYNAMICS . V. INTRODUCTORY 130 VI . STATICS OF A PARTICLE

. ATTRACTION 134 VII . STATICS OF SOLIDS AND FLUIDS 193 APPENDIX 276

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... not absolutely inextensible , yet the forces which tend to stretch or tear it , when

it is treated as above described , are small enough to produce absolutely no

sensible stretching . Indeed the greatest stretching it can

tearing ...

... not absolutely inextensible , yet the forces which tend to stretch or tear it , when

it is treated as above described , are small enough to produce absolutely no

sensible stretching . Indeed the greatest stretching it can

**experience**withouttearing ...

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We have now to consider the very important kinematical conditions presented by

the changes of volume or figure

group of points whose positions with regard to each other are subject to known ...

We have now to consider the very important kinematical conditions presented by

the changes of volume or figure

**experienced**by a solid or liquid mass , or by agroup of points whose positions with regard to each other are subject to known ...

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Hence CA

A , in the altered position of the body . Similarly , if we measure on XO produced ,

OA and OA ; equal respectively to OA and 0A ,, we find that the line CA ...

Hence CA

**experiences**no alteration of length , but takes the altered position C ,A , in the altered position of the body . Similarly , if we measure on XO produced ,

OA and OA ; equal respectively to OA and 0A ,, we find that the line CA ...

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If a body

its resulting condition will generally be producible by a strain and a rotation .

From this follows the remarkable corollary that three pure strains produced one

after ...

If a body

**experience**a succession of strains , each unaccompanied by rotation ,its resulting condition will generally be producible by a strain and a rotation .

From this follows the remarkable corollary that three pure strains produced one

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