| August Leopold Crelle, Carl Wilhelm Borchardt, Leopold Kronecker, Kurt Hensel, Lazarus Fuchs, Helmut Hasse, Friedrich Hermann Schottky - 1854
...satisfy the simple equation (4/*-f2)/?=3»i: where 2/9 is the angle at the summit of the cone. If 2,1 **exceeds n, this summit is directed outwards, and when...very considerable, n will be given as above : but** Iß still increasing, until it becomes 2n — 2y; the angle ',';< at the summit of the cone, 2 which... | |
| 1871
...simple equation (4^ + 2) |3= 3?r : where 2/3 is the angle at the summit of the cone. If 2/3 exceeds TT, **this summit is directed outwards, and when the excess...very considerable, n will be given as above : but** 2/3 still increasing, until it becomes 2?r - 27 ; the angle 27 at the summit of the cone, which is... | |
| George Green - 1871 - عدد الصفحات: 336
...simple equation (471 + 2) p = $ir : where 2/S is the angle at the summit of the cone. If 7/3 exceeds IT, **this summit is directed outwards, and when the excess is not very considerable,** » will be given as above : but 1$ still increasing, until it become* IT- ty ; the angle 17 at the... | |
| Henry Cavendish - 1879 - عدد الصفحات: 454
...simple equation (4w + 2) /3 = STT, where 2/3 is the angle at the summit of the cone. If 2/3 exceeds it, **this summit is directed outwards, and when the excess...very considerable, n will be given as above : but** 2/3 still increasing, until it becomes 2ir - 2y, the angle 2y at the summit of the cone, which is now... | |
| Henry Cavendish - 1879 - عدد الصفحات: 454
...would satisfy the simple equation where 2/J is the angle at the summit of the cone. If 2/3 exceeds IT, **this summit is directed outwards, and when the excess...very considerable, n will be given as above : but** 2/3 still increasing, until it becomes '2v — 2y, the angle 2y at the summit of the cone, which is... | |
| Henry Cavendish - 1879 - عدد الصفحات: 454
...simple equation - 2) /3 = STT, where 2/3 is the angle at the summit of the cone. If 2/3 exceeds TT, **this summit is directed outwards, and when the excess...very considerable, n will be given as above : but** 2/3 still increasing, until it becomes 2ir-2-y, the angle 2-y at the summit of the cone, which is now... | |
| George Gabriel Stokes - 1900
...equation (4tn + 2) /3 = OTT ; where 2/3 is the angle at the summit of the cone. If 2/3 exceeds TT, **this summit is directed outwards, and when the excess...very considerable, n will be given as above : but** 2/3 still increasing, until it becomes 2?r — 2y, the angle 2y at the summit of the cone which is... | |
| George Green - 1903 - عدد الصفحات: 336
...fi— yr •• where 2/3 is the angle at the summit of the cone. If if) exceeds r, this summit ia **directed outwards, and when the excess is not very considerable, n will be given as above: but** 3/3 still increasing, until it be 17 ; the angle ty at the summit of the cone, which is now directed... | |
| ...satisfy the simple equation 1 (4n + 2) /3 = 3?r, where 2j8 is the angle at the summit of the cone. If 2/3 **exceeds -n, this summit is directed outwards, and...not very considerable, n will be given as above: but** 2/3 still increasing, until it becomes 277 - 2y, the angle 2y at the summit of the cone, which is now... | |
| ...simple equation (4w + 2) /J = STT, where 2ft is the angle at the summit of the cone. Tf 2/3 exceeds ir, **this summit is directed outwards, and when the excess...very considerable, n will be given as above : but** 2/3 still increasing, until it becomes 2ir — 2y, the angle 2y at the summit of the cone, which•... | |
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