## Elements of Natural Philosophy, Part 1 |

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This law holds not only for the

himself remarked and verified by experiment , for magnetic

electric forces , as tested by Otto - Guericke . 229. What precedes is founded

upon ...

This law holds not only for the

**attraction**of gravitation , but also , as Newtonhimself remarked and verified by experiment , for magnetic

**attractions**: also forelectric forces , as tested by Otto - Guericke . 229. What precedes is founded

upon ...

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... commencing to act , would , in the first place , increase the moon's velocity ; but

after a certain time she would have moved so much farther from the earth , in

virtue of this acceleration , as to have lost , by moving against the earth's

... commencing to act , would , in the first place , increase the moon's velocity ; but

after a certain time she would have moved so much farther from the earth , in

virtue of this acceleration , as to have lost , by moving against the earth's

**attraction**... Page 133

... the mathematical analysis of the subject ; while in the present work we are

engaged specially with those questions which best illustrate physical principles .

CHAPTER VI . STATICS OF A PARTICLE -

DYNAMICS .

... the mathematical analysis of the subject ; while in the present work we are

engaged specially with those questions which best illustrate physical principles .

CHAPTER VI . STATICS OF A PARTICLE -

**ATTRACTION**. ABSTRACTDYNAMICS .

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STATICS OF A PARTICLE -

two parts — the equilibrium of a Particle , and that of a rigid or elastic Body or

System of Particles whether solid or fluid . The second law of motion suffices for

one ...

STATICS OF A PARTICLE -

**ATTRACTION**. 407. We naturally divide Statics intotwo parts — the equilibrium of a Particle , and that of a rigid or elastic Body or

System of Particles whether solid or fluid . The second law of motion suffices for

one ...

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... of any number of forces in lines through one point can be found . 413. In

executing this construction , it is not necessary to describe A2 44 D " A5 the

successive parallelograms , or even to STATICS OF A PARTICLE . -

... of any number of forces in lines through one point can be found . 413. In

executing this construction , it is not necessary to describe A2 44 D " A5 the

successive parallelograms , or even to STATICS OF A PARTICLE . -

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