## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Volume 1 |

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have afforded us the means of translating , as it were , from Kinematics into

Dynamics , and vice versa . This is merely mentioned now in order to show the

necessity ...

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**practical**branches , MECHANISM . 5. Observation and experimenthave afforded us the means of translating , as it were , from Kinematics into

Dynamics , and vice versa . This is merely mentioned now in order to show the

necessity ...

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The use of a cord in mechanism presents us with many

this theory , which are in general extremely simple ; although curious , and not

always very easy , geometrical problems occur in connexion with it ...

The use of a cord in mechanism presents us with many

**practical**applications ofthis theory , which are in general extremely simple ; although curious , and not

always very easy , geometrical problems occur in connexion with it ...

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The following

case of the movements of two points are useful in scientific illustrations and in

certain mechanical arrangements . Let two moving points be joined by a uniform

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The following

**practical**methods of effecting such a combination in the simplecase of the movements of two points are useful in scientific illustrations and in

certain mechanical arrangements . Let two moving points be joined by a uniform

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In practice we meet with many excellent examples of this case , which will ,

however , be more conveniently treated of when we come to apply kinetic

principles to various subjects in

optics ; such ...

In practice we meet with many excellent examples of this case , which will ,

however , be more conveniently treated of when we come to apply kinetic

principles to various subjects in

**practical**mechanics , acoustics , and physicaloptics ; such ...

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Newton further states , that a

. His experiments on pendulums , by which he establishes this most important

remark , will be described later , in our chapter on Properties of Matter . As will be

...

Newton further states , that a

**practical**measure of the mass of a body is its Weight. His experiments on pendulums , by which he establishes this most important

remark , will be described later , in our chapter on Properties of Matter . As will be

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