| Sir Richard Phillips - Electricity - 1807 - 212 pages
...at the other,. and the power applied hetween them. Here the power must exceed the weight, in thesame **proportion as the distance of the weight from the...Illustration. Let F fig. 11, be the prop or fulcrum, P** Ihe power and W the weight; if the distance PF, beonly three indies, and WF be 12, then for the hand... | |
| William Nicholson - Natural history - 1809 - 700 pages
...power and the weight, the intensity of the power must exceed the intensity of the weight just as much **as the distance of the weight from the prop exceeds the distance of the power.** Thus, let E, tig. 4, be the prop of the lever EF, and W, a weight of one pound, placed three times... | |
| William Duane - English language - 1810 - 778 pages
...*£/с, a brass instrument nieisurc angles, either saliant or renit, lor exactly ascertaining the jtumr . **of the weight from the prop exceeds the distance of the power** from the prop. As this kind oi lever is disadvantageous to the moving power, it is seldom used. Wheel... | |
| James Ferguson - Astronomy - 1814 - 422 pages
...the weight, the intensity of the power must exceed the intensity of the weight, just as many times **as the distance of the weight from the prop exceeds the distance of the power** from it. Thus, let E be the prop of the lever JIB, and W a weight of i pound, placed times as far from... | |
| Jeremiah Joyce - Science - 1815 - 268 pages
...consequence of that ? Charles. That the power must be greater lhan the weight, and as much greater **as the distance of the weight from the prop exceeds the distance of the power** from it, that is, to balance a weight of three pounds at A, there will require the exertion of a power... | |
| Jeremiah Joyce - Science - 1815 - 374 pages
...the consequence of that ? Charles. That the power must be greater than the weight and as much greater **as the distance of the weight from the prop exceeds the distance of the power** from it, that is, to balance a weight of three pounds at A, there will require the exertion of a power... | |
| Alexander Jamieson - Natural history - 1821 - 448 pages
...the power and the weight, the intensity of the power must exceed the intensity of the weight as much **as the distance of the weight from the prop exceeds the distance of the power.** A ladder, raised by the strength of a man's arms, repreThe wheels in a clock, and in watch-work, are... | |
| William Nicholson - Natural history - 1821 - 406 pages
...power and the weight, the intensity of the power must exceed the intensity of the weight just as much **as the distance of the weight from the prop exceeds the distance of the power.** Thus, let E, fig 4, be the prop of the le\er EF. and \V a weight of one pound, placed three times as... | |
| John Imison - Art - 1822 - 528 pages
...power and the weight, the intensity of the power must exceed the intensity of the weight just as much **as the distance of the weight from the prop exceeds the distance of the power.** Thus, let E (fig. 9.) be the prop of the lever EF, and W a weight of one pound, placed three times... | |
| Sir Richard Phillips - Physics - 1826 - 248 pages
...oars, rudders of ships, doors turning on hinges, and cutting knives which are fixed af one end. 71 . **A lever of the third kind is when the prop is at one...from the prop, exceeds the distance of the power.** niiu.1. Let/fig.lO,be the prop or fulcrum, p the power, and w the weight; if the distance pf be only... | |
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