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" when a body revolves on an axis, and a force is impressed, tending to make it revolve on another, it will revolve on neither, but on a line in the same plane with them, dividing the angle which they contain so that the sines of the parts are in the inverse... "
A Collection of Cambridge Mathematical Examination Papers: Papers in the ... - Page 198
by John Martin Frederick Wright - 1831
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Outlines of Natural Philosophy Being Heads of Lectures Delivered ..., Volume 1

John Playfair - 1812
...157. 220. When a body revolves on an axis, and a force is impressed, tending to make it revolve on .another, it will revolve on neither, but on a line...would have revolved about the said axes, separately. This proposition was discovered by FRISI, and is demonstrated in his works, ubi supra, p. 134. See...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Meteorology - 1831
...Frisi; that " when a body revolves on an axis, and a force is impressed, tending to make it revolve on another, it will revolve on neither, but on a line...would have revolved about the said axes separately." The following are among the elementary experiments and observations which led to the construction of...
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Mathematics for practical men: being a common-place book of principles ...

Olinthus Gregory - Mathematics - 1834 - 427 pages
...existence. 6. When a body revolves on an axis, and a force is impressed, tending to make it revolve on another, it will revolve on neither, but on a line...which the body would have revolved about the said axis separately. 7. A body may begin to revolve on any line as an axis that passes through its centre...
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Mathematics for practical men

Olinthus Gilbert Gregory - 1848
...and a force is impressed, tending to make it revolve on some other, it will not revolve on cither, but on a line in the same plane with them, dividing...would have revolved about the said axes separately. 9. A body may begin to revolve on any line as an axis that passes through its center of gravity, but...
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The Massachusetts Teacher and Journal of Home and School Education, Volume 9

Education - 1856
... that " when a body revolves on an axis, and a force is impressed, -tending to make it revolve on another, it will revolve on neither, but on a line...plane with them, dividing the angle which they contain BO that the sines of the parts are in the inverse ratio of the angular velocities with which the body...
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Mathematics for practical men: being a common-place book of principles ...

Olinthus Gregory - History - 1863
...existence. 6. When a body revolves on an axis, and a force is impressed, tending to make it revolve on another, it will revolve on neither, but on a line...which the body would have revolved about the said axis separately. 7. A body may begin to revolve on any line as an axis that passes through its centre...
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Mechanics' and Engineers' Pocketbook of Tables: Rules, and Formulas ...

Charles Haynes Haswell - Engineering - 1890 - 956 pages
...When a body revolves on an axis, and a force is impressed upon it sufficient to cause it to revolve On another, it will revolve on neither, but on a line in the plane of the axes, dividing the angle which they contain ; so that the sine of each part will be in...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

Science - 1831
... that " when a body revolves on an axis, and a force is impressed, tending to make it revolve on another, it will revolve on neither, but on a line...would have revolved about the said axes separately." The following elementary experiments and observations were the leading facts, which suggested the construction...
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volume 9

Education - 1856
... that " when a body revolves on an axis, and a force is impressed, tending to make it revolve on another, it will revolve on neither, but on a line...them, dividing the angle which they contain so that ihe sines of the parts are in the inverse ratio of the angular velocities with which the body would...
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