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" Proposition 3. Of solids those which, size for size, are of equal weight with a fluid will, if let down into the fluid, be immersed so that they do not project above the surface but do not sink lower. "
The Works of Archimedes - Page 255
by Archimedes - 1897 - 326 pages
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Mathematical Thought from Ancient to Modern Times:

Morris Kline - Mathematics - 1990 - 428 pages
...surface of any fluid at rest is the surface of a sphere whose center is the same as that of the earth. Proposition 3. Of solids those which, size for size,...not project above the surface but do not sink lower. Proposition 5. Any solid lighter than a fluid will, if placed in the fluid, be so far immersed that...
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An Introduction to Logic

Morris Raphael Cohen, Morris R. Cohen, Ernest Nagel - Philosophy - 1993 - 232 pages
...same density as the fluid. d. Solids which have the same density as a fluid will, if let down into it, be immersed so that they do not project above the surface but do not sink lower. (A -j- B) has the same density as the fluid, and is let down into it. Hypothesis Hypothesis The weight...
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Greek Science

Tracey Elizabeth Rihll - Philosophy - 1999 - 163 pages
...surface of any fluid at rest is the surface of a sphere whose centre is the same as that of the earth. Proposition 3. Of solids those which, size for size,...not project above the surface but do not sink lower. Proposition 4. A solid lighter than a fluid will, if immersed in it, not be completely submerged, but...
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The Works of Archimedes

Archimedes, Sir Thomas Little Heath - 1900 - 326 pages
...with OB an angle equal to the angle EOB, and meeting the surface in H and the circle in G. Drawalso in the plane an arc of a circle PQR with centre 0...it, EBCF, projects above the surface. Draw through O, the centre of the earth, and through the solid a plane cutting the surface of the fluid in the circle...
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