| Martin Clare, Benjamin Webb - 1764 - 192 páginas
...Motion, be equal, the Forces wherewith they are moved, will be in Proportion to their Velocities. 2. **If the Velocities of thefe Bodies be equal, their Forces will be** direâly as the Quantities of Mauer contained in. them. 3. If both the Quantities of Matter and the... | |
| Anthony Birks, John Birks - 1766 - 611 páginas
...proportion to their velocities. 2. If the velocities of thefc bodies be equal, their forces will be direitly **as the quantities of matter contained in them. . ....and the velocities be unequal, the forces with which** bodies are moved, will be in a proportion compounded of the quantities of matter they contain, and... | |
| William Taylor - 1800 - 519 páginas
...motion, be equal, the forces wherewith they are moved will be in proportion to their velocities. 2. **If the velocities of thefe bodies be equal, their...quantities of matter and the velocities be unequal,** tbe forces with which the bodies are moved will be in a proportion, compounded of the quantities of... | |
| Charles Vyse - 1806 - 320 páginas
...wherewith they are moved will be in Proportion to their Velocities. .-. If the Velocities of these **Bodies be equal, their Forces will be directly as...Quantities of Matter and the Velocities be unequal, the** Force with which the Bodies are moved will be in a Proportion compounded of the Quantities of Matter... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1808 - 480 páginas
...forcts •will be direSly as the quantities of matter contained in them, that is, as their 'weights, **3- If both the quantities of matter and the velocities be unequal, the** farces, •with -which the bodies are moved, -will be in a proportion compounded of their quantities... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1822 - 532 páginas
...their forces will le directly as tlic quantities of matter contained in them, that it, as their weights **3. If both the quantities of matter, and the velocities...unequal, the forces with which the bodies are moved,** mill be in a proportion compounded of their quantities of matter and velocities. Suppose the battering... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1822 - 532 páginas
...moved will be in proportion to their velocities, or swiftness of motion. 2. If the velocities nf these **bodies be equal, their forces will be directly as the quantities of matter contained in them,** that is, as their weights. 3. If both the quantities of matter, and the velocities he unequal, the... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1832 - 532 páginas
...their forces will be directly as the quantities of matter contained in them, that is, as their weight! **3. If both the quantities of matter, and the velocities be unequal,** iht forces with Tt-hich the bodies are moved, mill be in a proportion compounded of their quantities... | |
| Ira Wanzer - 1831 - 396 páginas
...equal, the forces will be directly as the quantities of matter in the bodies, that is, as their weights. **If both the quantities of matter and the velocities...forces with which the bodies are moved, will be in a** ratio compounded of their quantities of matter and velocities. Ex. 1. Suppose the battering ram of... | |
| Nicolas Pike - 1832 - 528 páginas
...their forces will be directly as the quantities of matter contained in them, that is, as their weights. **3. If both the quantities of matter, and the velocities be unequal, the forces** icith which the bodies are moved, will be in a proportion compounded of their quantities of matter... | |
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