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" ... both. But the one extreme part HKI will with its whole weight bear upon and press the middle part towards the other extreme part EGF; and therefore the force with which EGI, the sum of the parts HKI and EGKH, tends towards the third part EGF, is equal... "
The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy - الصفحة 27
بواسطة Sir Isaac Newton - 1803
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The Monist, المجلد 24

Paul Carus - 1914
...the middle part towards the other extreme part EGF; and therefore the force with which EGI, the sum of the parts HKI and EGKH, tends towards the third...other, are equal, as I was to prove. And indeed if those weights were not equal, since the whole earth floats in the non-resisting ether, it would give...
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Reading Natural Philosophy: Essays in the History and Philosophy of Science ...

David B. Malament - 2002 - عدد الصفحات: 424
...outer part EGF, and therefore the force by which EGI, the sum of the parts HKI and EGKH, tends toward the third part EGF is equal to the weight of the part HKI, that is, equal to the weight of the third part EGF. And therefore the weights of the two parts EGI and EGF toward...
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