## 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 Cambridge |

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In a short scholium given in the first edition of the Principia , Newton mentions that by similar computations he has found the motion of the moon's

In a short scholium given in the first edition of the Principia , Newton mentions that by similar computations he has found the motion of the moon's

**apogee**, and he states some of the numerical results which he has obtained , but he ... Page xii

he had found by theory for the motion of the moon's

he had found by theory for the motion of the moon's

**apogee**, is omitted in the new scholium . It is interesting to find among the papers on the Lunar Theory a good many containing Newton's calculations relating to the inequalities which ... Page xiii

inoon's

inoon's

**apogee**when in that position is to the mean hourly motion of the moon as 1+ 4C : 238 % . The investigation on this point is not entirely satisfactory , and from the alterations made in the MS . Newton evidently felt doubts about ... Page xxi

The motion of the

The motion of the

**Apogee**in an elliptic orbit of very small eccentricity , caused by given disturbing forces . I. ON THE FORM OF THE SOLID OF LEAST RESISTANCE . LIB . II . , PROP . XXXV . SCHOL . , p . 326 , 1st Ed . Draft of a Letter ... Page xxvi

... et hujusmodi rectae duae planum illud determinabunt . III . ON THE MOTION OF THE

... et hujusmodi rectae duae planum illud determinabunt . III . ON THE MOTION OF THE

**APOGEE**IN AN ELLIPTIC ORBIT OF VERY SMALL ECCENTRICITY . From a somewhat mutilated MS . which seems to have been prepared for the press .### What people are saying - Write a review

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