## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Part 1 |

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Where higher

general , simply referred to our larger work . It is particularly interesting to note

how many theorems , even among those not ordinarily attacked without the help

of the ...

Where higher

**methods**are required for an investigation , the reader is , ingeneral , simply referred to our larger work . It is particularly interesting to note

how many theorems , even among those not ordinarily attacked without the help

of the ...

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In such cases as this the

with velocities , or ( as we shall do farther on ) with accelerations and forces ,

consists in studying , not the velocity , acceleration , or force , directly , but its

resolved ...

In such cases as this the

**method**most commonly employed , whether we dealwith velocities , or ( as we shall do farther on ) with accelerations and forces ,

consists in studying , not the velocity , acceleration , or force , directly , but its

resolved ...

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The following practical

case of the movements of two points are useful ... But for drawing , or engraving ,

or for other mechanical applications , the following

ED ...

The following practical

**methods**of effecting such a combination in the simplecase of the movements of two points are useful ... But for drawing , or engraving ,

or for other mechanical applications , the following

**method**is preferable :CF andED ...

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It is also approximated to more or less closely in the motion of the piston of a

steam - engine А connected , by any of the several

crank , provided always the rotatory motion of the crank be uniform . 73. The

velocity of a ...

It is also approximated to more or less closely in the motion of the piston of a

steam - engine А connected , by any of the several

**methods**in use , with thecrank , provided always the rotatory motion of the crank be uniform . 73. The

velocity of a ...

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Also we see generally that the composition of any number of simple harmonic

motions in any directions and of any periods , may be effected by compounding ,

according to previously explained

Also we see generally that the composition of any number of simple harmonic

motions in any directions and of any periods , may be effected by compounding ,

according to previously explained

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