| University of Cambridge - 1804
...the position of the eye and image, and also the apparent magnitudes of the object and image ; to the **determine the magnitude and position of the refracting...latitude, in, each of two known places, is given.** 2d. When the length of a pendulum vibrating seconds, in each of the same two places, is given. , 22.... | |
| 1821 - 425 pages
...revolving line with one of the given ]ines, the image shall move in its intersection with the other. **and bisecting, a very distant object, be given, and...seconds, in each of the same two places, is given.** 22. Two bodies whose weights are known, lying on a smooth horizontal plane, are connected by a flexible... | |
| United States. Bureau of Radiological Health - 1970 - 221 pages
...larger signal than those farther away. The result is that each of the 19 phototubes produces a signal **which is inversely proportional to the square of its distance from the** site of the interaction. Each of these 19 signals is divided into 4 components: X+ , X~ , Y+ , Y~ .... | |
| Bertrand Russell, John Greer Slater, Peter Köllner - 1996 - 886 pages
...magnitude and direction. He found that every planet at every moment has an acceleration towards the sun **which is inversely proportional to the square of its distance from the** sun. He then took up the inverse problem, which is one for the integral calculus. If a body has, at... | |
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