## Elementary Treatise on Mechanics: For the Use of Colleges and Schools of Science |

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acceleration acting angle applied atmosphere axis axle base body branch called centre of gravity column combination components constant cylinder denote described determined direction distance divided draw effect element entire equal equation equilibrium EXAMPLES extremity fall feet fluid follows force friction given gives greater Hence horizontal inches inclined plane increases inertia length lever liquid machine manner mass measured mercury moment moments motion moving normal parallel particles passing pendulum perpendicular piston plane position preceding pressed pressure principle produce projection proportional pulley quantity radius raised remain represent resistance resolved respect rest resultant rise rope rotation screw side SOLUTION space specific gravity square steam Substituting suppose surface suspension taken temperature tension tion triangle tube unit upper varies velocity vertical vessel vibration volume weight wheel

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