| Richard Green Parker - 1844 - 276 pages
...215. Give some oxamples of levers of the second kind. 217. In a lever of the third kind, the fulcrom **is at one end, the weight at the other, and the power** is applied between them. 218. In levers of this kind the power must always exceed the weight, in the... | |
| Theodore Dwight - 1847 - 838 pages
...down by the Ei'Je. Next let us consider a moment how a lever of the second class is formed and moved. **The prop is at one end, the weight at the other and the power applied** betwef n them. For example, n fishing-rod. The fish hangs nl the farther rnd, one hand holds thr nearer... | |
| Oliver Evans - Flour mills - 1848 - 594 pages
...weight and power, but generally nearest the weight, as otherwise, there would be no gain of power. **3. When the prop is at one end, the weight at the...them. 4. The bended lever, which differs only in form,** but not in properties, from Ihe others. Those of the first and second kind, have the same properties... | |
| Richard Green Parker - Physics - 1849 - 418 pages
...constructed upon the principle of levers of the second kind.* 83. In a lever of the third kind, the fulcrum **is at one end, the weight at the other, and the power** is applied between them. 1. In levers of this kind the power must always exceed the weight, in the... | |
| Richard Green Parker - Physics - 1850 - 408 pages
...constructed upon the principle of levers of the second kind.* 83. In a lever of the third kind, the fulcrum **is at one end, the weight at the other, and the power** is applied between them. 1. In levers -of this kind the power must always exceed the weight, in the... | |
| Richard Green Parker - Physics - 1852 - 200 pages
...constructed upon the principle of levers of the second kind.* 83. In a lever of the third kind, the fulcrum **is at one end, the weight at the other, and the power** is applied between them. 1. In levers of this kind the power must always exceed the weight, in the... | |
| Robert Scott Burn - Machinery - 1853 - 142 pages
...hung weights as the power. ~K fig. 23. The third description of lever is that in which the fulcrum **is at one end, the weight at the other, and the power** placed between them. At one time this was called the losing lever, because the power had to be greater... | |
| John Davis (of Providence, R. I.) - Circle-squaring - 1854 - 170 pages
...than the power ; 2d, when the prop is at one end, the power at the other, and the weight between; 3d, **when the prop is at one end, the weight at the other, and the power** is applied between them ; the 4th differs from a lever of the first kind only in being bent. Levers... | |
| Jeremiah Joyce - 1855 - 620 pages
...end of the lever, the power at the other, and the weight between them: the third is when the fuicrum **is at one end, the weight at the other, and the power** between them. 31. In all kinds of levers, the power is to the weight, as the distance of the weight... | |
| Jabez Hogg - Physics - 1861 - 594 pages
...fulcrum,cthepower applied to the cork b. The third description of lever is that in which the fulcrum **is at one end, the weight at the other, and the power** placed between them. It has been called the Losing lever, because the power had to be greater than... | |
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