| 1893 - 830 pages
...Dudgeon, Pond, and Landois pattern, and (2) those in which the recording needle always describes the arc **of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the lever** moving around a center and in a plane parallel to the direction of the recording slide, as in instruments... | |
| Sheet-metal work - 1926 - 536 pages
...base BC are equidistant from the apex A, to lay out the pattern of this frustum, first describe an arc **of a circle whose radius is equal to the length of the** side (or slant hight) of the cone AB, Fig. 250. Make this arc in length equal to the circumference... | |
| William Baylis - Mathematics - 1994 - 308 pages
...linear approximation sin(0) « 9 can be used in describing the restoring force. along the fixed arc **of a circle whose radius is equal to the length / of the** string. The tension in the string is sufficient to balance the component of the gravitational force... | |
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