| John Lee Comstock - 1813 - 340 Seiten
...but that he really moves the ship is certain, when it is considered, that a thousand boats pulling **in the same manner would make the ship meet them half way.** 111. It appears, therefore, that an equal force acting on bodies containing different quantities of... | |
| Neil Arnott - 1827 - 532 Seiten
...they would approach and meet : but the little one would perform a greater part of the journey, just **in proportion to its littleness. A man in a boat pulling...boat : but he really moves the ship a little, for** a thousand men in a thousand boats, pulling in the same way at the same time, would make the ship meet... | |
| Neil Arnott - 1829 - 532 Seiten
...each other as pendulums, they would approach and meet: but the little one would perform a greater part **of the journey, in proportion to its littleness. A...the boat: but he really moves the ship a little, for** a thousand men in a thousand boats, pulling simultaneously in the same way, would make the ship meet... | |
| John Lee Comstock - 1830 - 295 Seiten
...that he really moves the ship will be obviuos when it is considered, that a thousand boats pulling **in the same manner would make the ship meet them half way.** It appears, therefore, that the, same force acting on bodies containing different quantities of matter,... | |
| John Knight - 1833
...pendulums, they would approach and meet ; but the little one would perform more than half of the journey. **A man in a boat pulling a rope attached to a large...in the same manner, would make the ship meet them** halfway. A pound of lead and the earth attract each other with equal force, but that force makes the... | |
| Denison Olmsted - 1837 - 359 Seiten
...to another boat of equal weight, the boats will move towards each other with equal velocities ; but **a man in a boat pulling a rope attached to a large...move the boat, but he really moves the ship a little,** although its velocity is as much less than that of the boat as its weight is greater. A pound of lead... | |
| Denison Olmsted - 1838
...attached to another boat of equal size, the boats will move towards each other with equal velocities; but **a man in a boat pulling a rope attached to a large...move the boat, but he really moves the ship a little,** although its velocity is as much less than that of the boat, as its weight is greater. A pound of lead... | |
| John Lee Comstock - 1838 - 258 Seiten
...really moves may be proved by close inspection, and by the fact that a thousand such boats pulling **in the same manner would make the ship meet them half way.** In the application of these plain truths to the force of gravity, it appears that an equal force, that... | |
| Denison Olmsted - 1844 - 592 Seiten
...attached to another boat of equal size, the boats will move toward each other with equal velocities; but **a man in a boat pulling a rope attached to a large...move the boat, but he really moves the ship a little,** although its velocity is as much less than that of the boat, as its weight is greater. A pound of lead... | |
| Denison Olmsted - 1846 - 420 Seiten
...to another boat of equal weight, the boats will move towards each other with equal velocities ; but **a man in a boat pulling a rope attached to a large...move the boat, but he really moves the ship a little,** although its velocity is as much less than that of the boat as its weight is greater. A pound of lead... | |
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