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, 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, 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)