| Charles Hutton - 1807
...their •weights by laying them on the inclined planes. PROPOSITION PROPOSITION XXXV. 1 94. Tie Power **gained by the Inclined Plane, is in Proportion as the Length of the Plane** is t3 its Height. That is, ivhen a Weight w is sustained on an Inclined Plane BC, by a Power P, acting... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1811
...their weights by laying them on the inclined planes. PROPOSITION L. PRO ' iT ION XXXV. 194. The Power **gained by the Inclined Plane, is in Proportion, •as the Length of the Plane** is to its Height. That is, -when a Weight w is sustained on an Inclined Plane BC, by a Power V acting... | |
| George Crabb - 1823
...the base, P represents the weight which by the help of this mechanical power may be raised. The power **gained by the Inclined Plane is in proportion as the length of the plane** is to its height, or as the radius to the sine of its inclination : thus suppose the greater weight... | |
| R T. Linnington - 1837
...laid aslope, by means of which a heavy body may be easily raised or lowered. The advantage obtained in **the inclined plane is in proportion as the length of the plane** is to its height : thus, if a person who can use a force of one hundred weight has to raise a weight... | |
| 1838
...height GC, above that part 1! A which may be supposed to represent the horizon. Hence it is evident that **the mechanical advantage gained by the inclined plane...inclined plane, the length of which is to its height as** two to one, as is the case with that represented in the preceding cut, it will be counterbalanced by... | |
| Richard Green Parker - 1838 - 213 pągines
...it. The advantage gained by the use of Fig. 40. the length CB be four times the height B-«£— IA **the inclined plane is in proportion as the length of the plane exceeds its** perpendicular height. Thus, in this figure, if ^^ CA, then a power of one potyid will balance a weight... | |
| Richard Green Parker - 1844 - 237 pągines
...its length, and W a weight which is to be moved on it. The advantage gained by the use of Fig. 40the **inclined plane is in proportion as the -, ^^ length of the plane exceeds its** perpen- ^^$5* — 1C die dar height. Thus, in this figure, if ^ — the ength CB be four times the... | |
| Richard Green Parker - 1849 - 382 pągines
...cogs, as in Fig 42. 90. The inclined plane consists of a plain surface inclined to the horizon, and the **advantage gained by the inclined plane is in proportion as the length of the plane exceeds its** perpendicular height. 1 . Fig. 43 represents an inclined plane. CA its height, CB its length, and W... | |
| RICHARD GREEN PARKER, A.M. - 1850
...cogs, as in Fig 42. 90. The inclined plane consists of a plain surface inclined to the horizon, and the **advantage gained by the inclined plane is in proportion as the length of the plane exceeds its** perpendicular height. 1. Fig. 43 represents an inclined plane. CA its height, CB its length, and W... | |
| Robert Scott Burn - 1853 - 113 pągines
...seconds, but would take 3 times 2, or 6 seconds, to roll down the incline. Thus this mechanical power **is in proportion as the length of the plane exceeds its height** ; and if a cask weighing 3 cwt. had to be rolled into a cart or part of a warehouse 4 feet high, and... | |
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