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 acknowledged it contained the entire info recognized concerning the topic on the time.
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What - the time equals the space, namely, Uniform, Accelerated and Retarded. are there ? What by = v> 1^' en ^ ne spaces or distances over which a body moves in equal times are successively greater, the motion is said to be Accelerated. -^. Wh en the spaces for equal times are successively less, the motion is called Retarded ,.. ,. Motion. How 150. Uniform Motion is produced by the ,. momentary action of a single force. Acceltarded Motion era t e d Motion is produced by the continued respectively action of one or more forces.
F ; but, as there is by each ol n ball beyond F to act upotj off. Thi experiment is to bt performed -vith elastic balls . i ly. 8 represents two tails of clay (which are r ot elastic* (3). Fig. If the ball D of equal weight, suspended by s* rings. be raised and let fall against E, oTily part of the moby it (because the Dodies Fg. tion of 1) will be destroyed ai > non- elastic), and the two balls will and er to tical line e, which are than the ball * It will D move on less distant was before be recollected that ivory is togeth- from the ver- H foil.
Der tbe intlucnce of twc MECHANICS. one of which would send forces, which, will it be observed, it to in is 57 C, and the other to A, the direction of an obtuse angle, will proceed in this case to B, the shorter diagonal of the parallelogram A B C D. A [N. B. ] What is Re- Mo- suit ant tion ? 193. Resultant Motion P ,^ su ^ 194. If two * the effect or re is , . , lw , . two motions compounded into one. men be sailing in separate boats, in the and at the same and one same an apple to the other, the apple would appear to pass directly across from one to the other, in a line of direction perpendicular to the side of direction, rate, toss each boat.