## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Part 1 |

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Page 7

A velocity in any direction may be resolved in , and

direction . The first component is found by multiplying the velocity by the cosine of

the angle between the two directions ; the second by using as factor the sine of ...

A velocity in any direction may be resolved in , and

**perpendicular**to , any otherdirection . The first component is found by multiplying the velocity by the cosine of

the angle between the two directions ; the second by using as factor the sine of ...

Page 10

Since the velocity in ABD is constant , all the lines OP , 00 , etc. , will be equal ( to

V ) , and therefore POS is a circle whose b B centre is O. The direction of

acceleration at A is parallel to S the tangent at P , that is , is

i.e. to ...

Since the velocity in ABD is constant , all the lines OP , 00 , etc. , will be equal ( to

V ) , and therefore POS is a circle whose b B centre is O. The direction of

acceleration at A is parallel to S the tangent at P , that is , is

**perpendicular**to OP ,i.e. to ...

Page 12

Evidently there is no acceleration

point and the line of motion of the moving point at any instant ; and there being no

velocity

Evidently there is no acceleration

**perpendicular**to the plane containing the fixedpoint and the line of motion of the moving point at any instant ; and there being no

velocity

**perpendicular**to this plane at starting , there is therefore none ... Page 13

The Moment of a velocity or of a force about any point is the product of its

magnitude into the

of the resultant velocity of a particle about any point in the plane of the

components is ...

The Moment of a velocity or of a force about any point is the product of its

magnitude into the

**perpendicular**from the point upon its direction . The momentof the resultant velocity of a particle about any point in the plane of the

components is ...

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For the product of this

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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