## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Volume 1 |

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DYNAMICAL LAWS AND

MEASURES AND INSTRUMENTS 117 DIVISION II . ABSTRACT DYNAMICS . V.

INTRODUCTORY 130 VI . STATICS OF A PARTICLE . ATTRACTION 134 VII .

STATICS OF ...

DYNAMICAL LAWS AND

**PRINCIPLES**52 III . EXPERIENCE 106 IV .MEASURES AND INSTRUMENTS 117 DIVISION II . ABSTRACT DYNAMICS . V.

INTRODUCTORY 130 VI . STATICS OF A PARTICLE . ATTRACTION 134 VII .

STATICS OF ...

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From the

deduced , of which we enunciate a few of the simpler and more important . ( a ) If

the velocity of a moving point be uniform , and if its direction revolve uniformly in

a ...

From the

**principles**already laid down , a great many interesting results may bededuced , of which we enunciate a few of the simpler and more important . ( a ) If

the velocity of a moving point be uniform , and if its direction revolve uniformly in

a ...

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Other examples of these

49. If , as in § 35 , from any fixed point , lines be drawn at every instant

representing in magnitude and direction the velocity of a point describing any

path in any ...

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**principles**will be met with in the chapters on Kinetics .49. If , as in § 35 , from any fixed point , lines be drawn at every instant

representing in magnitude and direction the velocity of a point describing any

path in any ...

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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

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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...

displacements due to the component motions separately , these component

displacements in the case supposed , all vary in simple proportion to one another

, and are ...

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**principle**of the composition of motions , the geometrical resultant of thedisplacements due to the component motions separately , these component

displacements in the case supposed , all vary in simple proportion to one another

, and are ...

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