Cor. 10.) 7. A ladder rests with one end on a smooth horizontal plane, and the other against a smooth vertical wall; find the horizontal force at its foot which will keep it at rest; and when the force is removed determine its motion. 8. Find experimentally... New series of The mathematical repository - Page 17by Thomas Leybourn - 1835Full view - About this book
| University of Cambridge, Sir Thomas Gery Cullum - 1830
...the line of nodes moves from quadrature to syzygy, the inclination is increased. (Newton, Prop. i.\ **vi. Cor. 10.) 7. A ladder rests with one end on a...Flamstead's method. Why must the observations be made near** an equinox ? 10. Explain Mercator's projection of the sphere, and find the length of the projection... | |
| Mathematics - 1836
...of a string, at the lowest point, when a body oscillates in a circle through an arc of 1 20°. 190. **A ladder rests with one end on a smooth horizontal...and when the force is removed determine its motion.** 191. A pile of weight w is driven by a hammer H impinging with a velocity v, the friction being represented... | |
| Dublin city, univ - 1875
...positions of any side are at right angles to each other, prove that $c* = a* + !,'. 15. A uniform beam **rests with one end on a smooth horizontal plane, and the other** on a smooth inclined plane, in such a position that the two extremities of the beam are equally distant... | |
| James Gordon MacGregor - Dynamics - 1887 - 512 pages
...force. 517. Examples. (1) A beam (weight= II', length = Z, distance of centre of mass from lower end=a) **rests with one end on a smooth horizontal plane and the other against a smooth vertical wall,** in a vertical plane normal to the wall, and is prevented from sliding by a force F acting at the lower... | |
| James Gordon MacGregor - Dynamics - 1887 - 512 pages
...force. 517. Examples. (1) A beam (weight = TF, length = l, distance of centre of mass from lower end=a) **rests with one end on a smooth horizontal plane and the other against a smooth vertical wall,** in a vertical plane normal to the wall, and is prevented from sliding by a force F acting at the lower... | |
| John Lovell Robinson - 1888
...either parallel, or pass through one point. 14. A uniform beam, 32 feet long and weighing 200 Ibs., **rests with one end on a smooth horizontal plane, and the other against a smooth vertical wall.** If a string 16 feet long connect the lower end with the foot of the wall, find (i) the tension of the... | |
| University of Melbourne - History - 1896
...sums of the moments of the forces about three non-collinear points should vanish. A uniform heavy rod **rests with one end on a smooth horizontal plane, and the other against a smooth vertical wall.** The lower end of the rod is connected with a point of the intersection of plane and wall by an elastic... | |
| Leander Miller Hoskins - History - 1900 - 436 pages
...of length c + a'/i2c. Interpret the limiting cases c = o, a = o. 2. A straight bar is placed at rest **with one end on a smooth horizontal plane and the other against a smooth vertical** plane which is at right angles to the vertical plane containing the axis of the bar. Write three independent... | |
| Leander Miller Hoskins - History - 1903 - 436 pages
...length c -\- a'-j12c. Interpret the limiting cases c = o, a = o. 2. A straight bar is placed at rest **with one end on a smooth horizontal plane and the other against a smooth vertical** plane which is at right angles to the vertical plane containing the axis of the bar. Write three independent... | |
| ...equilibrium, and c the distance of the fixed point from the middle point of the rod. 9. A uniform beam **rests with one end on a smooth horizontal plane, and the other** end is supported by a string of length l which is attached to a fixed point ; shew that the time of... | |
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