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The velocity given to find the space fallen through, to acquire that velocity. RULE. — Divide the velocity by 8, and the square of the quotient will be the distance fallen through to acquire that velocity.
Scribner's Engineers' and Mechanics' Companion: Comprising United States ... - Page 95
by J. M. Scribner - 1849 - 264 pages
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## The National Arithmetic on the Inductive System

Benjamin Greenleaf - 1845 - 334 pages
...PROBLEM vI. The velocity given to find the space fallen through, to acquire that velocity. ROLE. — Divide the velocity by 8, and the square of the quotient...distance fallen through to acquire that velocity. Density. Diameter. Semi-diameter. | Ssmi-diaincter. Sim, 100 883246 441623 294415 Jupiter, 94.5 89170...
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## The principles and practice of hydraulic engineering

John Dwyer (Lithographer.) - Hydraulic engineering - 1847 - 172 pages
...To find the Head of water that will produce a given natural velocity — RULE. — Divide the given velocity by 8 and the square of the quotient will be the Head of water required ; and in general terms will run thus : — EXAMPLE. — What must be the Head...
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## The National Arithmetic, on the Inductive System

Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1847 - 336 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 of the quotient triU be the distance fallen through to acquire that velocity. 16. The velocity of a cannon ball is...
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## Ticknor's Mensuration, Or, Square and Triangle: Being a Practical and ...

Almon Ticknor - Measurement - 1849 - 156 pages
...To Jind the apace fallen through, the velocity being given. RULE. — Divide the velocity by 8-02, and the square of the quotient will be the distance fallen through to acquire that velocity. 1. If the velocity of a cannon ball be 579 feet per second, from what height must a body fall to acquire...
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## The National Arithmetic on the Inductive System: Combining the Analytic and ...

Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1850 - 368 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...
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## A New System of Arithmetic on an Improved Plan

Charles Guilford Burnham - 1850 - 350 pages
...324. — PROB. IV. The velocity given, to find the space fallen 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...
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## The National Arithmetic on the Inductive System: Combining the Analytic and ...

Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1851 - 374 pages
...VI. The velocity given, to find the space fallen through to acquire that velocity. RULE. — Dimde the velocity by 8, and the square of the quotient...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...
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## Engineers' and Mechanics' Pocket-book ...

Charles Haynes Haswell - Engineering - 1851 - 346 pages
...through, the Velocity being given. RULE. — -Divide the velocity by 8.02, and the square of the quotienl will be the distance fallen through to acquire that velocity. EXAMPLE. — If the velocity of a caunon ball is 579 feet per second from what height must a body fall to acquire the same velocity 1...
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## The National Arithmetic on the Inductive System: Combining the Analytic and ...

Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1851 - 372 pages
...PROBLEM VI. The velocity given, to find the space fallen through to acquire that velocity. HULE. — Divide the velocity by 8, and the square of the quotient will be tile distance fallen through to acquire that velocity. 16. The velocity of a cannon-ball is 660 feet...
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## Engineers' and Mechanics' Pocket-book ...

Charles Haynes Haswell - Engineering - 1853 - 318 pages
...To find the Space fatten through, the Velocity being given. RULE. — Divide the velocity by 8.02, and the square of the quotient will be the distance...velocity. EXAMPLE. — If the velocity of a cannon ball is 579 feet per second, from what height must a body fall to acquire the same velocity 1 579-^-8,02...
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