Talk:The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy (1729)

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What about the math (from Page:The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy - 1729 - Volume 1.djvu/290)

increment of the line HG. (the arcs HI, HK increaſing with an equable flux) as the ordinate LI to the radius GK or as, \scriptstyle \sqrt {SR^2 - TR^2} to SR. Hence ſince in unequal oſcillations there are deſcribed in equal times arcs proportional to the entire arcs of the oſcillations; there are obtained from the times (<math>\scriptstyle \sqrt {SR^2 - TR^2}</math>)

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increment of the line HG. (the arcs HI, HK increaſing with an equable flux) as the ordinate LI to the radius GK or as, \sqrt {SR^2 - TR^2} to SR. Hence ſince in unequal oſcillations there are deſcribed in equal times arcs proportional to the entire arcs of the oſcillations; there are obtained from the times (<math>\sqrt {SR^2 - TR^2}</math>)

Phe (talk) 17:16, 7 February 2010 (UTC)