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New Cambridge Guide; Or, A Description of the University, Town, and County ... - Page 69
1804 - 130 pages
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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....
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Cambridge Problems: Being a Collection of the Printed Questions Proposed to ...

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...
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Training manual for nuclear medicine technologists

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~ ....
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A Fresh Look at Empiricism: 1927-42

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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