« PreviousContinue »
of notes of a part of the Glasgow course, drawn up for
“We have had considerable difficulty in compiling this
since the autumn of 1863, and has been printed for the usę
To this we would now only add that the whole has been
The present edition has been carefully revised by Mr W.
1. The science which investigates the action of Force is called, by
Page 28, in diagram for first line of figures take the third.
The word Dynamometer occurring in the Index on p. 288 should
have been Ergometer, that being the term which we shall in
translating, as it were, from Kinematics into Dynamics, and vice versa.
6. Thus it appears that there are many properties of motion,