## A Catalogue of the Portsmouth Collection of Books and Papers Written by Or Belonging to Sir Isaac Newton: The Scientific Portion of which Has Been Presented by the Earl of Portsmouth to the University of CambridgeUniversity Press, 1888 - 56 pages |

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**calculations**themselves , as he considers them too complicated and not sufficiently accurate . In the second edition this short scholium is replaced by a long one , in which Newton states many of the principal results of the Lunar ... Page xii

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**calculations**relating to the inequalities which are described in the above scholium . These papers are unfortunately very imperfect , and they have greatly suffered from fire and damp , but there is enough re- maining to give a general ... Page xiv

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**calculations**, there must have been a considerable mass of papers devoted to them which have not been preserved ...**calculation**the path of a ray of light through the atmosphere is divided into a number of parts subtending given ... Page xv

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**calculation**requires an approximate knowledge of the path of the ray , whereas this path is at first unknown , and cannot be accurately determined without a knowledge of the refraction itself . Newton solves the difficulty by an ... Page 1

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**Calculation**of the Area of the Hyperbola . 5. On the Laws of Motion . On the Laws of Reflection . On Motion in a Cycloid . 6. Problems in Geometrical Optics . II . ELEMENTARY MATHEMATICS . ( Holograph . ) Observations N. 1 MATHEMATICS ...### Other editions - View all

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