## The Doctrine of Fluxions: Founded on Sir Isaac Newton's Method, Published by Himself in His Tract Upon the Quadrature of Curves. By James Hodgson, ... |

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Abscisse Angle Area Asymptote Axis of Suspension become equal Cafe Caustick Center of Gravity Center of Percussion Circumference circumscribing circumscribing Circle coincides consequently constant Quantity Cubic Parabola Curve Line Cycloid Cylinder Diameter Distance divided drawn Ellipsis equal to A D Equation Evoluta EXAMPLE fame find the Center Fluent Fluxi Hyperbola Hyperbolic Space infinite Line A B Momentum multiplied Number Ordinate B C Oscillation Parabola parallel Parallelogram perpendicular Point F Point of Suspension Power Radius Ratio reflected Ray refracted required to find right Line Root Rotation Solid formed Space ABC Spiral Space substituting Subtangent suppose Surface Tangent Triangle Velocity Vertex Whence it follows Wherefore