let 1a#39; = 5a#39;5 seconds, then 1/ = 9a#39;8 X 5a#39;5 = 53a#39;9, and so on. ... We have said that at the end of the first second the body has attained the velocity of 9a#39;8 metres per second, which means that if ... Hence in the annexed diagram, Fm. 4. if the line AC denote the velocity, and AB the time, the area ABDC will ... It is obvious that anything which is capable of being expressed by units can also be represented by lines.

Title | : | Lessons in Elementary Physics |

Author | : | Balfour STEWART |

Publisher | : | - 1870 |

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