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... 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 a plank 12 feet long...
The economy of nature explained and illustrated on the principles of modern ... - Pągina 78
per George Gregory - 1798
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## A Course of Mathematics: In Two Volumes. For the Use of Academies ..., Volum 2

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...
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## A Course of Mathematics ...: Composed for the Use of the Royal Military ...

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...
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## Universal Technological Dictionary: Or, Familiar Explanations of ..., Volum 2

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...
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## The scientific reader and practical elocutionist

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...
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## The Mechanic's Register, Volums 1-2

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...
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## The Boston School Compendium of Natural and Experimetal Philosophy ...

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...
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## Boston School Compendium of Natural and Experimental Philosophy

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...
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## A School Compendium of Natural and Experimental Philosophy: Embracing 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...
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## A SCHOOL COMPENDIUM OF NATURAL EXPERIMENTAL PHILOSOPHY

...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...
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## Mechanics and Mechanism: Being Elementary Essays and Examples for the Use of ...

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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