## Elements of Natural Philosophy |

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Page 8

The velocity of a point is said to be accelerated or retarded

increases or diminishes , but the word acceleration is generally used in either

sense , on the understanding that we may regard its quantity as either positive or

negative ...

The velocity of a point is said to be accelerated or retarded

**according**as itincreases or diminishes , but the word acceleration is generally used in either

sense , on the understanding that we may regard its quantity as either positive or

negative ...

Page 17

The intensity of heat and light emanating from a point , or . from a uniformly

radiating spherical surface , diminishes

distance from the centre . Hence the rate at which a planet receives heat and light

from ...

The intensity of heat and light emanating from a point , or . from a uniformly

radiating spherical surface , diminishes

**according**to the inverse square of thedistance from the centre . Hence the rate at which a planet receives heat and light

from ...

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The relative position , velocity , and acceleration are in such a case the

geometfical resultants of the various components combined

preceding rules . 68 . The following practical methods of effecting such a

combination in the ...

The relative position , velocity , and acceleration are in such a case the

geometfical resultants of the various components combined

**according**topreceding rules . 68 . The following practical methods of effecting such a

combination in the ...

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This maximum deviation will be in advance or in arrear

the solar tide precedes or follows the crown of the lunar tide ; and it will be exactly

reached when the interval of phase between the two component tides is 3 .

This maximum deviation will be in advance or in arrear

**according**as the crown ofthe solar tide precedes or follows the crown of the lunar tide ; and it will be exactly

reached when the interval of phase between the two component tides is 3 .

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For , the displacement at any instant . being ,

composition of motions , the geometrical resultant of the displacements due to the

component motions separately , these component displacements in the case sup

...

For , the displacement at any instant . being ,

**according**to the principle of thecomposition of motions , the geometrical resultant of the displacements due to the

component motions separately , these component displacements in the case sup

...

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