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" ... and the greater the gain of the dial upon the hand. The wheels of both dial and hand are constantly revolving in the direction opposite to that of the' motion of the hands of a watch. The belt of the hand-wheel runs always upon the rod, where its... "
A Treatise on Infinitesimal Calculus: The dynamics of material systems. 1862 - Página 38
1862
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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Volumen 7

American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1868
...greater the gain of the dial upon the hand. The wheels of both dial and hand are constantly revolving in the direction opposite to that of the' motion of the hands of a watch. The belt of the hand-wheel runs always upon the rod, where its diameter is constant, and as the rod...
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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Volumen 7

American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1868
...greater the gain of the dial upon the hand. The wheels of both dial and hand are constantly revolving in the direction opposite to that of the motion of the hands of a watch. The belt of the hand-wheel runs always upon the rod, where its diameter is constant, and as the rod...
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Reading lessons, ed. by E. Hughes

Edward Hughes - 1858
...Islands, in latitudes from 10° to 40° N.; they are vast whirlwinds, in which the wind blows round in a direction opposite to that of the motion of the hands of a watch. The centre moves onward in a north-westerly direction towards Florida, when its course becomes more...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volumen 17

1867
...greater the gain of the dial upon the hand. The wheels of both dial and hand are constantly revolving in the direction opposite to that of the motion of the hands of a watch. The belt of the hand-wheel runs always upon the rod where its diameter is constant, and as the rod...
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The Annual of Scientific Discovery: Or, Year-book of Facts in ..., Volumen 17

1867
...greater the gain of the dial upon the hand. The wheels of both dial and hand are constantly revolving in the direction opposite to that of the motion of the hands of a watch. The belt of the hand-wheel runs always upon the rod where its diameter is constant, and as the rod...
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Theoretical Mechanics: An Introductory Treatise on the Principles of ...

Augustus Edward Hough Love - 1897 - 379 páginas
...the perpendicular upon L from the point O. The rule of signs is that when the sense of the vector is opposite to that of the motion of the hands of a watch, placed with its face in the plane, and the centre of its face at O, the sign is +, otherwise the sign...
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Light for students

Edwin Edser - 1902 - 579 páginas
...of two SHM's executed along X'OX in equal periods. Let the points Pi and P3 revolve uniformly in a direction opposite to that of the motion of the hands of a clock, round circles of radii equal to OPi and OP,, in such a manne! that the angle P1O'P3 remains...
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Navigation and Nautical Astronomy

Frank Cole Stebbing - 1903 - 338 páginas
...passing through the place of the body, measured from the First Point of Aries from 0 hrs. to 24 hrs. in a direction opposite to that of the motion of the hands of a watch; as AR. Def. 73. The Longitude of a Heavenly Body is the arc of the ecliptic intercepted between the...
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A Course in Practical Mathematics

Frank Moulton Saxelby - 1905 - 438 páginas
...line OP starts from the position OX, and moves so that P describes a circle about O as centre in a direction opposite to that of the motion of the hands of a clock, then the line OP is said to generate the angle XOP as it passes round. The angle XOY is divided...
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Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Volumen 7

American Academy of Arts and Sciences - 1868
...greater the gain of the dial upon the hand. The wheels of both dial and hand are constantly revolving in the direction opposite to that of the motion of the hands of a watch. The belt of the hand-wheel runs always upon the rod, where its diameter is constant, and as the rod...
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