The Analyst, Volumes 9-10

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J.E. Hendricks, 1882 - Electronic journals
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Page 61 - ... sin c cos A cos a ; adding sin2a and transposing, 1 — cos a cos b cos c...
Page 172 - A lamina is bounded on two sides by two similar ellipses, the ratio of the axes in each being m, and on the other two sides by two similar hyperbolas, the ratio of the axes in each being n. These four curves have their principal diameters along the coordinate axes. Prove that the product of inertia about the coordinate axes is (aa_ a' 2) (ft"—/?") where aa', ftft' are the semi-major axes of the curves.
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Page 66 - ... by a force to a point in the axis, varying inversely as the square of the distance, the curvatures of the meridian curve of the free surface at the equator and pole are respectively...
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