## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Volume 1 |

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Observation and experiment have afforded us the

were , from Kinematics into Dynamics , and vice versa . This is merely mentioned

now in order to show the necessity for , and the value of , the preliminary matter

we ...

Observation and experiment have afforded us the

**means**of translating , as itwere , from Kinematics into Dynamics , and vice versa . This is merely mentioned

now in order to show the necessity for , and the value of , the preliminary matter

we ...

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For , since the velocity increases uniformly , its value at any time before the

middle of the interval is as much less than this

after the middle of the interval is greater than the

the ...

For , since the velocity increases uniformly , its value at any time before the

middle of the interval is as much less than this

**mean**as its value at the same timeafter the middle of the interval is greater than the

**mean**: and hence its value atthe ...

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... as in 271 a planet's motion , it is useful to introduce the quantity which is then

called the

straight line its angular velocity evidently diminishes as it recedes from the point

about ...

... as in 271 a planet's motion , it is useful to introduce the quantity which is then

called the

**mean**angular velocity . T ' 59. When a point moves uniformly in astraight line its angular velocity evidently diminishes as it recedes from the point

about ...

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The Epoch in a simple harmonic motion is the interval of time which elapses from

the era of reckoning till the moving point first comes to its greatest elongation in

the direction reckoned as positive , from its

The Epoch in a simple harmonic motion is the interval of time which elapses from

the era of reckoning till the moving point first comes to its greatest elongation in

the direction reckoned as positive , from its

**mean**position or the middle of its ... Page 23

tide from the phases ( high , low , or

95 of a lunar hour , that is , .98 of a solar hour ( being the same part of 12 lunar

hours that 28 ° 26 ' , or the angle whose 1 sine is is of 360 ° ) . This maximum ...

tide from the phases ( high , low , or

**mean**water ) of the lunar tide alone , is about95 of a lunar hour , that is , .98 of a solar hour ( being the same part of 12 lunar

hours that 28 ° 26 ' , or the angle whose 1 sine is is of 360 ° ) . This maximum ...

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