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" Cauftick; but it may be proved as already, that the Difference between the incident Rays, is always to the Difference of the refracted Rays plus the part of the Cauftick between thofe Rays, as m to n. "
A mathematical treatise: containing a system of conic-sections; with the ... - Page 94
by John Muller - 1736 - 227 pages
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The method of fluxions both direct and inverse: the former being a ...

L'Hospital (Guillaume François Antoine, marquis de) - Calculus - 1730 - 450 pages
...than BM, and the refracted Ray AH wraps about, or unwraps (itièlffrom) the Part HF: But we prove, as already, that the Difference between the incident...the refracted Rays, (Plus the Part of the Cauftick that one of thefe Rays difengages itfelf from before it falls on the other) as m ton. For Example,...
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