## A treatise on the integral calculus and its applications1857 |

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**latus rectum**x = = a ; hence the length of the arc between the vertex and one extremity of the**latus rectum**is a√2 + a log ( 1 + √√ / 2 ) . 71. In the preceding article we have found the value of the constant C , but in applying ... Page 110

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**latus rectum**of the parabola , and therefore 2a the radius of the circle , the equation to the para- bola is y2 = 4a ( a − x ) , and that to the circle y2 = 4a2 — x2 . Suppose we integrate with respect to x first , then where 1 area ... Page 160

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**latus rectum**of the paraboloid being all equal . 11. Determine the volume of the solid generated by the re- volution of the curve ( x2 + y2 ) = ax + by about the axis of y , supposing a greater than b . Shew what the result becomes when ... Page 182

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**latus rectum**of the parabola . Thus the integration may be considered as extending over the area OLBSO . Now let the order of integration be changed ; we shall have to consider separately the spaces OLS and BLS . For the space OLS we ... Page 210

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**latus rectum**by dividing the area by a series of parabolas which touch these tangents and by a series of lines drawn from the intersection of the tangents . 14. Transform the triple integral [ ƒƒ.ƒ ( x , y , z ) dę dy dz into one in ...### Other editions - View all

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