## Elements of Natural Philosophy |

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It is said to be uniform when the point receives

time . If we choose as the unit of acceleration that which adds a unit of velocity

per ...

It is said to be uniform when the point receives

**equal**increments of velocity in**equal**times , and is then measured by the actual increase of velocity per unit oftime . If we choose as the unit of acceleration that which adds a unit of velocity

per ...

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Since the velocity in ABD is constant , all the lines OP , OC , etc. , will be

to V ) , and there fore POS is a circle whose centre is O. The direction of

acceleration at A is parallel to S the tangent at P , that is , is perpendicular to OP ,

i.e. to AQ ...

Since the velocity in ABD is constant , all the lines OP , OC , etc. , will be

**equal**(to V ) , and there fore POS is a circle whose centre is O. The direction of

acceleration at A is parallel to S the tangent at P , that is , is perpendicular to OP ,

i.e. to AQ ...

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The moment of the resultant velocity of a par . ticle about any point in the plane of

the components is

, the proper sign of each moment depending on the direction of motion about ...

The moment of the resultant velocity of a par . ticle about any point in the plane of

the components is

**equal**to the algebraic sum of the moments of the components, the proper sign of each moment depending on the direction of motion about ...

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... applicable to comets as well as to planets . I. Each planet describes an Ellipse (

with comets , this may be any Conic Section ) of which the Sun occupies one

focus . II . The radius - vector of each planet describes

.

... applicable to comets as well as to planets . I. Each planet describes an Ellipse (

with comets , this may be any Conic Section ) of which the Sun occupies one

focus . II . The radius - vector of each planet describes

**equal**areas in**equal**times.

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Its maximum value is that with which a velocity

would be acquired in the time in which an arc

For in the fig . , the acceleration of Q ( by $ 36 ) is 00 along Q0 . Supposing , for a

...

Its maximum value is that with which a velocity

**equal**to that of the circular motionwould be acquired in the time in which an arc

**equal**to the radius is described .For in the fig . , the acceleration of Q ( by $ 36 ) is 00 along Q0 . Supposing , for a

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