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EXPERIENCE . . . . IV . MEASURES AND INSTRUMENTS . . . . . . . . . 56 11 122

DIVISION 11 . ABSTRACT DYNAMICŞ . o V . INTRODUCTORY . . . . . . » VI .

STATICS OF A

FLUIDS ' .

EXPERIENCE . . . . IV . MEASURES AND INSTRUMENTS . . . . . . . . . 56 11 122

DIVISION 11 . ABSTRACT DYNAMICŞ . o V . INTRODUCTORY . . . . . . » VI .

STATICS OF A

**PARTICLE**. ATTRACTION » VII . STATICS OF SOLIDS ANDFLUIDS ' .

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If the motion be that of a material

change of velocity , nor of direction unless where the velocity is zero , since ( as

we shall afterwards see ) such would imply the action of an infinite force . It is

useful to ...

If the motion be that of a material

**particle**, however , there can be no abruptchange of velocity , nor of direction unless where the velocity is zero , since ( as

we shall afterwards see ) such would imply the action of an infinite force . It is

useful to ...

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BB Smith ' s curve is precisely the Hamiltonian hodograph for an imaginary

the

50 .

BB Smith ' s curve is precisely the Hamiltonian hodograph for an imaginary

**particle**moving at each instant with the same velocity and the same direction asthe

**particle**of fluid passing , at the same instant through the point referred to . ) .50 .

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From SS 61 , 52 , it follows that when a

a fixed point , varying . inversely as the square of the distance , its orbit is a conic

section , with this point for one focus . And conversely ( SS 47 , 51 , 52 ) , if the ...

From SS 61 , 52 , it follows that when a

**particle**, moves with acceleration towardsa fixed point , varying . inversely as the square of the distance , its orbit is a conic

section , with this point for one focus . And conversely ( SS 47 , 51 , 52 ) , if the ...

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It is the simplest possible form assumed by a vibrating string ; and when it is

assumed that at each instant the motion of every

harmonic . When the harmonic motion is complex , but in one line , as is the case

for ...

It is the simplest possible form assumed by a vibrating string ; and when it is

assumed that at each instant the motion of every

**particle**of the string is simpleharmonic . When the harmonic motion is complex , but in one line , as is the case

for ...

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