| Nicolas Pike - Algebra - 1808 - 470 pages
...through, will ever be equal to one eighth of the velocity acquired at the end of the fall ; therefore, 2. **Divide the velocity by 8, and the square of the quotient...distance fallen through, to acquire that velocity.** Suppose the velocity of a cannon ball to be about f of a mile, or 660 feet per second : From what height... | |
| Nicolas Pike - Arithmetic - 1822 - 562 pages
...eighth of the velocity acquired at the end of the fall ; therefore, 2. Divide the velocity by 8, and Hie **square of the quotient will be the distance fallen through, to acquire that velocity.** Suppose the velocity of a cannon ball to be about | of a mile, or 660 feet per second : From what height... | |
| Arithmetic - 1829 - 196 pages
...acquired at the END OF THE FALL. HenCC, 'l'o find the space fallen through, the velocity being given, . **RULE. Divide the VELOCITY by 8, and the SQUARE OF...distance fallen through, to acquire that velocity.** 5. The velocity of a cannon ball being about 660 feet per second ; how high must a body fall, to acquire... | |
| James L. Connolly (mathematician.) - Arithmetic - 1835 - 264 pages
...through, will always be equal to one.eighth of the velocity acquired at the end of the fall ; therefore **divide the velocity by 8, and the square of the quotient...will be the distance fallen through, to acquire that** Telocity. Question 67. 12 multiply 12eqnal 144, the square of the semidiameter; then 144 multiply 2... | |
| Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1839 - 356 pages
...1120 yards. PROBLEM vI. The velocity given to find the space fallen through, to acquire that velocity. **RULE. — Divide the velocity by 8, and the square...will be the distance fallen through to acquire that** velocity16. The velocity of a cannon ball is 660 feet per second. From what height must it fall to... | |
| Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1841 - 334 pages
...1120 yards. PROBLEM vL The velocity given to find the space fallen through, to acquire that velocity. **RULE. — Divide the velocity by 8, and the square...distance fallen through to acquire that velocity.** 16. The velocity of a cannon ball is 660 feet per second. From what height must it fall to acquire... | |
| Charles Guilford Burnham - Arithmetic - 1841 - 324 pages
...Answer. PROB. IV. Tlie velocity given, to find the space fatten through, to acquire that velocity. **RULE. Divide the velocity by 8, and the square of...distance fallen through to acquire that velocity.** 1. The velocity of a cannon ball is 424 feet per second. From what height must it fall to acquire that... | |
| Charles Waterhouse - Arithmetic - 1842 - 180 pages
...moving in any direction, being given, tofind hmo far a body must fall to acquire the same velocity. **RULE. — Divide the velocity by 8, and the square of the quotient will be the** space fallen through. Reason. — Because the square root of the space fallen through, is always equal... | |
| Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1844 - 352 pages
...1120 yards. PROBLEM VI. The velocity given to find the space fallen through, to acquire that velocity. **RULE. — Divide the velocity by 8, and the square...distance fallen through to acquire that velocity.** 16. The velocity of a cannon ball is 660 feet per second. From what height must it fall to acquire... | |
| Charles Haynes Haswell - Engineering - 1844 - 298 pages
...To find the Spoce fallen through, the Velocity being gicen. RULE. — Divide the velocity by 8.02, **and the square of the quotient will be the distance fallen through to** ncquire that velocity. EXAMPLE. — If the velocity of a cannon ball is 579 feet per second, from what... | |
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