## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Volume 1 |

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Thus the set of values Space described in one second , Ten times the space

described in the first tenth of a second , A hundred hundredth and so on ,

nearer and nearer approximations to the velocity at the beginning of the first

second .

Thus the set of values Space described in one second , Ten times the space

described in the first tenth of a second , A hundred hundredth and so on ,

**give**nearer and nearer approximations to the velocity at the beginning of the first

second .

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For the product of this perpendicular and the velocity at any instant

the area described in one second about the fixed point , which has just been

shown to be a constant quantity . Other examples of these principles will be met

with ...

For the product of this perpendicular and the velocity at any instant

**gives**doublethe area described in one second about the fixed point , which has just been

shown to be a constant quantity . Other examples of these principles will be met

with ...

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... one , as the rate of increase of the angle contained by them ; but unless their

line of intersection remain fixed , or at all events parallel to itself , a somewhat

more laboured statement is required to

motion .

... one , as the rate of increase of the angle contained by them ; but unless their

line of intersection remain fixed , or at all events parallel to itself , a somewhat

more laboured statement is required to

**give**a complete specification of themotion .

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... to be found by imagining impressed on both a southward velocity of fifty miles

an hour ; the effect of this being to bring the first to rest , and to

southward velocity of eighty miles an hour , which is the required relative motion .

... to be found by imagining impressed on both a southward velocity of fifty miles

an hour ; the effect of this being to bring the first to rest , and to

**give**the second asouthward velocity of eighty miles an hour , which is the required relative motion .

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Any two simple harmonic motions in one line , and of one period ,

compounded , a single simple harmonic motion ; of the same period ; of

amplitude equal S R to the diagonal of a parallelogram deA scribed on lengths

equal to ...

Any two simple harmonic motions in one line , and of one period ,

**give**, whencompounded , a single simple harmonic motion ; of the same period ; of

amplitude equal S R to the diagonal of a parallelogram deA scribed on lengths

equal to ...

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