| James Thomson (LL.D.) - 1837 - 284 σελίδες
...from the end of the line, and in its continuation ? Amw. 8 Irish miles, 4 furl. 35 per. 5 yds. 22. **A body falling by its own weight, if it were not resisted...of 16 feet and 1 inch ; in the next second, through** three times that space; in the third, through five times that space; in the fourth, through seven times,... | |
| John Hunter (of Uxbridge.) - 1847
...in bringing them singly to the basket, if he begin at the last stone? Ans. 90 mi. 7 fur. 60yds. 9. **A body falling by its own weight, if it were not resisted...in the first second of time through a space of 16** ft. 1 in., in the next second through 3 times that space, in the next through 5 times that space, in... | |
| Uriah Parke - 1849 - 395 σελίδες
...falling by its own weight, not resisted by the air, would descend in the first second about 16 feet **1 inch ; in the next second through 3 times that space ; in the third through 5 times,** in the fourth through 7 times, &c. Through what space, at the same rate of increase, would it fall... | |
| URIAH PARKE - 1850
...falling by its own weight, not resisted by the air, would descend in the first second about 16 feet **1 inch ; in the next second through 3 times that space ; in the third through 5 times,** in the fourth through 7 times, &c. Through what space, at the ^same rate of increase, would it fall... | |
| Edward Olney - 1878
...Ite + X+y, or Iliz — 99y. The equations are = 26, and 111z —99y + 198 = 5. A body near the earth **falling by its own weight, if it were not resisted...the first second of time through a space of 16 feet** aud 1 inch; in the next second through 3 times that space; in the third, through 5 times that space;... | |
| Edward Olney - 1880
...lllx — 99y. The equations are - - --- " = 26, and _ 1lla;-99y + 198 = mB 5. A body near the earth **falling by its own weight, if it were not resisted...times that space ; in the fourth, through 7 times** that space, etc. Through what space would it fall at the same rate of increase in a minute ? Am., 57900... | |
| James Thomson - 1880
...yards from the end of the line, and in its continuation? Answ. 10 miles 7 furl. 27 per. 1| yd. 22. **A body falling by its own weight, if it were not resisted...space of 16 feet and 1 inch ; in the next second,** three times as far ; in the third, five times as far ; in the fourth, seven times, &c. Through what... | |
| Edward Olney - 1881 - 242 σελίδες
...--- - --- -=26, and oX Ulx-Wy + 198 = U)0(x + y) + lQx + xy = llla; + 99y. 5. A body near the earth **falling by its own weight, if it were not resisted...second of time through a space of 16 feet and 1 inch** ; ic the next second through 3 times that space ; in the third, through 5 times that space ; in the... | |
| 1888 - 479 σελίδες
...24. A body falling by its own weight, and not resisted by the air, would descend in the first second **through a space of 16 feet and 1 inch ; in the next...times that space ; in the fourth, through 7 times** that space, etc. How far would it fall, at the same rate of increase, in a minute ? GEOMETRICAL PROGRESSION.... | |
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