| 1811
...given in Phil. Transac. No. 224. The solution of the problem in which it is required ' to find when **that part of the equation of time which arises from the obliquity of the ecliptic,** is a maximum,' is correct : but has the disadvantage of not being Jiuxionai. Were it not that Mr. Dealtry... | |
| Samuel Vince - Calculus - 1812 - 256 pages
...— xx — ax — 0, or x — « = O, .;x = a. Ex. 14. To find the Sun's place in the ecliptic, when **that part of the equation of time which arises from the obliquity of the ecliptic,** is a maximum. Let AV be the equator, AW the ecliptic, S the B Sun's place, and SB J_ AV ; then this... | |
| William Dealtry - Calculus - 1816 - 466 pages
...(4¿* - Зм') а = PROB. 45. The Sun being supposed to move uniformly in the ediptic ; to find when **that part of the equation of time, which arises from the obliquity of the ecliptic,** is a maximum. Let QQ represent the equinoctial, EL the ecliptic, A the first point of Aries, PLQ the... | |
| John Greig - 1816
...because the son passes through ihe southern signs sooner than the northern. PROBLEM XXXII. To find **that part of the equation of time which arises from the obliquity of the ecliptic,** day and month being given.* Bring the sun's place to the meridian and fix the globe, reckon the number... | |
| John Martin Frederick Wright - Mathematics - 1825 - 653 pages
...a given angle, find the focus of emergent rays. 17. The exact quantity of the year being 365.24215 **days, explain the reason of the corrections in the...magnitude with that of its circumscribing cylinder.** VOL II. S z TRINITY COLLEGE. FOR SCHOLARSHIPS. 1. To find the locus of the extremities of all the straight... | |
| John Martin Frederick Wright - Mathematics - 1836
...305.24215 days, explain the reason of the corrections in the civil year introduced by Julius Csesar **and Pope Gregory. 18. Give the theory of the Trade...magnitude with that of its circumscribing cylinder.** VOL. II. 2 Z TRINITY COLLEGE. FOR SCHOLARSHIPS. 1. To find the locus of the extremities of all the... | |
| John Brinkley - Astronomy - 1836 - 287 pages
...301) the observation should be made on or near the I prime vertical. „ Prop. XIV. To find when the **part of the equation of time, which arises from the obliquity of the ecliptic to** the equator, is a maximum. If the sun moved equably in the ecliptic, the difference between its longitude... | |
| Robert Main - Astronomy - 1863 - 392 pages
...vertical are determined by the equation h = a. + sin~1 (sin a tan I cot 8) . 72. When that part (E) **of the equation of time, which arises from the obliquity of the ecliptic** (w), is a maximum, 73. When Venus was very near conjunction it was observed that the bright visible... | |
| Benjamin Williamson - Differential calculus - 1873 - 367 pages
...с — Ь is a maximum when с -t- b — 90°. This problem occurs in Astronomy, in finding when the **part of the equation of time which arises from the obliquity of the ecliptic** is a maximum. 21. Prove that the problem, to describe a circle with its centre on the circumference... | |
| Benjamin Williamson - Differential calculus - 1873 - 367 pages
...and hence e - b is a maximum when c + 4 = 90°. This problem occurs in Astronomy, in finding when the **part of the equation of time which arises from the obliquity of the ecliptic** is a maximum. 2i. Prove that the problem, to describe a circle with its centre on the circumference... | |
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