A body acted on by gravity descends in a straight line : find the space described in a given time, and prove that it is equal to half the space which would be described in the same time with the last acquired velocity continued uniform. New series of The mathematical repository - Page 27by Thomas Leybourn - 1835Full view - About this book
| English literature - 1808
...by Galileo, that the space described is as the square of the time of descent, and .that it is also **equal to half the space, which would be Described in the same time with the** final velocity, is one of the niu^t useful and interesting propositions in the whole science of mechanics.... | |
| James Wood - Mechanics - 1818 - 210 pages
...seconds. (236.) COR. 1. The space described, reckoning from the beginning of the motion, is half that **which would be described in the same time with the last acquired velocity continued uniform.** uniform velocity BC :: the triangle ABC : BQ. Also, A & IB the space described in the time IB, with... | |
| Pierre Simon marquis de Laplace, Thomas Young - Celestial mechanics - 1821 - 344 pages
...discovered by Galileo, that the space described is as the square of the time of descent, and that it is also **equal to half the space which would be described in the same time with the** final velocity, is one of the most useful and interesting propositions in the whole science of mechanics.... | |
| Sir Richard Phillips - Physics - 1826 - 214 pages
...half of the square HK, and AEF of EL ; the space is therefore always as the square of the time and **is equal to half the space which would be described in the same time with the** final velocity. Obs. All bodies descending in vacuo, are found to fall through 16.1 feet in one second,... | |
| University of Cambridge - 1831
...moving force, accelerating force. 5. A body acted on by gravity descends in a straight line : find **the space described in a given time, and prove that...; and prove that at any point in the descent, the** velocity is equal to that which would be acquired down the perpendicular height. 7. Rays fall upon... | |
| Mathematics - 1836
...moving force, accelerating force. 1 99. A body acted on by gravity descends in a straight line ; find **the space described in a given time, and prove that...with the last acquired velocity continued uniform.** 200. A body descends on an inclined plane, find the accelerating force ; and prove that at any point... | |
| William Whewell - 1837
...that when a body moves with an increasing velocity, the space described in any time is greater than **the space which would be described in the same time with the** initial, and less than that which would be described with the final velocity. Such an axiom would be... | |
| Thomas Young - Science - 1845
...half of the square HK, and AEF of EL : the space is therefore always as the square of the time, and **is equal to half the space which would be described in the same time with the** final velocity. P. 24. Fig. 13. The whirling table. The arms AB, CD, are made to revolve on the axes... | |
| Thomas Young - Science - 1845
...half of the square HK, and AEF of EL : the space is therefore always as the square of the time, and **is equal to half the space which would be described in the same time** ģith the final velocity. P. 24. Fig. 13. The whirling table. The arms AB, С D, are made to revolve... | |
| Thomas Young - Science - 1845 - 608 pages
...that the space described is as the square of the time of descent, and that it is also equal to hah' **the space which would be described in the same time with the** final velocity ,f is one of the most useful and interesting propositions in the whole science of mechanics.... | |
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