A School Compendium of Natural and Experimental Philosophy by Richard Green Parker A.M., David Grant Stewart Sr.

By Richard Green Parker A.M., David Grant Stewart Sr.

The physics textbook that taught of the best geniuses of our time, Thomas Alva Edison and Henry Ford. Ford stated it contained the entire details identified in regards to the topic on the time.

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To the poles the slower will be its motion. 214. Curvilinear motion requires the action two f rces f r tne impulse, of one single is re- ; curvilinear force motion? and .. lme why? What always produces motion in a straight ' A 215. effect ^ body revolving rapidly around its if suspended freely, will gradually ugal force on longer axis, a body revolvand revolve the direction of its ing around its longer axis? change , around motion, . its , shorter axis. * * This law beautifully illustrated by a simple apparatus, in which a by means of multiplying wheels.

It cannot penetrate, it will return in the same direction , unothen against fixed t it f tnat . thrown obliquely, it will return obliquely on The more 06side ,he opposite of the perpendicular. more the obliquely it will liquely the ball is thrown, but, if it be f rebound. \ drawn through either of them, and terminating at the opposite angles. Thus, In Figs. 11, 12, and 13, the line A C is the diagonal of the square, parallelogram, or rectangle. * An understanding of this law of reflected motion is very import?

F>^ The height of a building, or the depth of a well, may thus 173. be estimated very nearly by observing the length of time wnich stone takes in /ailing; from the top to the bottom. 174. Exercises far Solution. dropped from the top of a steeple, reaches the ground in 5 seconds, how high is that steeple 1 16-+-48-l-80-f-112-f 144=400 feet ; or, 5><5=25, square of the nuinbe* of seconds, multiplied by the number of feet it falls through in one second, namely, 16 feet that is, 25X16=400 feet. ) If a ball, ; 16-f-48-|-80-(-l 12+144+176+208+240+272=1296 feet.

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