W its weight in water, its weight in vacuo will be, 1 — m 6. Three globes of the same diameter and of given specific gravities, are placed in the same straight line. How must they be disposed that they may balance on the same point of the line in vacuo... Solutions of the Cambridge Problems: From 1800 to 1820 - Side 683av John Martin Frederick Wright - 1825Uten tilgangsbegrensning - Om denne boken
| John Martin Frederick Wright - 1827
...globes of the same diameter and of given specific gravities, are placed in the same straight line. How **must they be disposed that they may balance on the...slightly inclined from the position of equilibrium** ; show that the moment of the fluid to restore it to that position, is not affected by placing any... | |
| John Martin Frederick Wright - 1827
...homogeneous hemisphere, floating in a fluid, be slightly inclined from the position of equilibrium ; show **that the moment of the fluid to restore it to that...by placing any additional weight at its centre. 8.** A regular tetrahedron moves with its vertex forwards, in a direction perpendicular to its base. Compare... | |
| John Martin Frederick Wright - 1827
...globes of the same diameter and of given specific gravities, are placed in the same straight line. How **must they be disposed that they may balance on the same point of the line in** vacua and in water ? 7. If a homogeneous hemisphere, floating in a fluid, be slightly inclined from... | |
| Miles Bland - 1830 - 374 sider
...globes of the same diameter and of given specific gravities, are placed in the same straight line. How **must they be disposed that they may balance on the same point of the line in** vacua, and in water ? * 25. A cone A, and a cylinder B, of the same specific gravity, base, and altitude,... | |
| John Martin Frederick Wright - 1833
...globes of the same diameter and of given specific gravities, are placed in the same straight line. How **must they be disposed that they may balance on the same point of the line** iu vacuo and in water ? t. If a homogeneous hemisphere, floating in a fluid, be slightly inclined from... | |
| Harvey Goodwin (bp. of Carlisle.) - 1847 - 80 sider
...same diameter, and of given specific gravities, are placed with their centres in the same line. How **must they be disposed that they may balance on the same point of the line in** vacuum and in water? 2. Explain how it is, that a ship is able to sail in a direction making an angle... | |
| Alfred Wrigley - 1852
...globes, whose Sp. Grs. are 3, 4, 6, are placed in the same straight line. How must they be disposed, so **that they may balance on the same point of the line in vacuo and in water** ? 108. A cone whose axis is vertical floats between two fluids whose Sp. Grs. are g, g' and sinks to... | |
| Dublin city, univ - 1857 - 1857 sider
...specific gravities are 3, 4, 6, are placed in the same straight line. How must they be disposed, so **that they may balance on the same point of the line in** vacua and in water. MR. COXSEK. 13. The place of the node and inclination of the orbit being known... | |
| Alfred Wrigley - 1857
...globes, whose Sp. Grs. are 3, 4, 6, are placed in the same straight line. How must they be disposed, so **that they may balance on the same point of the line in** vacua and in water ? 26. A cone whose axis is vertical floats between two fluids whose Sp. Grs. are... | |
| Harvey Goodwin - 1862 - 141 sider
...diameter, and of given specific gravities, are placed with their centres in the same straight line. How **must they be disposed that they may balance on the same point of the line in** vacuum and in water? 2. Given the weight of a body corresponding to the altitudes h and h' of the barometer,... | |
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