## Elements of Natural Philosophy |

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It is to be observed that Time is here used in the abstract sense of a - uniformly -

increasing

variable . Its physical definition is given in the next chapter . 24 . Thus a point ...

It is to be observed that Time is here used in the abstract sense of a - uniformly -

increasing

**quantity**- what in the differential cal . culus is called an independentvariable . Its physical definition is given in the next chapter . 24 . Thus a point ...

Page 8

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

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

sense , on the understanding that we may regard its

negative ...

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

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 ornegative ...

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For the product of this . perpendicular and the velocity at any instant gives double

the area described in one second about the fixed point , which has just been

shown to be a constant

are ...

For the product of this . perpendicular and the velocity at any instant gives double

the area described in one second about the fixed point , which has just been

shown to be a constant

**quantity**. As the kinematical propositions with which weare ...

Page 16

... angular velocity is * . Even when the angular velocity is not uniform , as in ' a -

planet ' s motion , it is useful to introduce the

mean angular velocity . 69 . When a point moves . uniformly , in 16

PRELIMINARY .

... angular velocity is * . Even when the angular velocity is not uniform , as in ' a -

planet ' s motion , it is useful to introduce the

**quantity**, which is then called themean angular velocity . 69 . When a point moves . uniformly , in 16

PRELIMINARY .

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If the fuid is of the same density and incompressible , the whole

in the space in question must remain constant at all times , and therefore the

...

If the fuid is of the same density and incompressible , the whole

**quantity**of matterin the space in question must remain constant at all times , and therefore the

**quantity**flowing in must be equal to the**quantity**flowing out in any time . If , on the...

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