## Of Motion: An Elementary Treatise |

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**acceleration produced**, as the beginner would not be very likely to have a clear notion of this : this is more especially true of those Articles in which the Differential Calculus is not employed in the other Articles I have not so ... Page x

... produces a constant acceleration in its own direction . ( 2 ) This is not altered by any initial motion in that direction . ( 3 ) Nor by any initial motion in any other direction . ( 4 ) The

... produces a constant acceleration in its own direction . ( 2 ) This is not altered by any initial motion in that direction . ( 3 ) Nor by any initial motion in any other direction . ( 4 ) The

**acceleration produced**varies as the intensity ... Page 22

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**acceleration**a , v ' the initial velocity which is in direction of AT . Also let TA make with Ax at right angles to ...**acceleration**at2 2 • Draw PM parallel to TA meeting yA**produced**in M 22 PARABOLIC MOTION . Parabolic motion. Page 23

An Elementary Treatise John Robert Lunn. Draw PM parallel to TA meeting yA

An Elementary Treatise John Robert Lunn. Draw PM parallel to TA meeting yA

**produced**in M ; where- fore TAMP is ...**acceleration**, the concavity being turned in that direction , and the distance of A from the 1 ' 2v ′ α focus = V 12 ... Page 59

An Elementary Treatise John Robert Lunn. acceleration vertically downwards , and equal to the acceleration ... produced by constant forces are pro- portional to their intensities . If a ...

An Elementary Treatise John Robert Lunn. acceleration vertically downwards , and equal to the acceleration ... produced by constant forces are pro- portional to their intensities . If a ...

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