Archimedes, Archimedis De iis qvae vehvntvr in aqva libri dvo

Page concordance

< >
Scan Original
141 15
142
143 15
144 16
145 17
146
147 18
148
149 19
150
151 20
152
153 21
154
155 22
156
157 23
158
159 24
160
161 25
162
163 26
164
165 27
166
167 28
168
169 29
170
< >
page |< < of 213 > >|
FED. COMMANDINI
tes æqueponderantes ipſam diuidet.
2 Priſmatis, cylindri, & portionis cylindri axem
appello rectam lineam, quæ oppoſitorum plano-
rum centra grauitatis coniungit.
3 Pyramidis, coni, & portionis coni axem dico li
neam, quæ à uertice ad centrum grauitatis baſis
perducitur.
4 Si pyramis, conus, portio coni, uel conoidis ſe-
cetur plano baſi æquidiſtante, pars, quæ eſt ad ba-
ſim, fruſtum pyramidis, coni, portionis coni, uel
conoidis dicetur;
quorum plana æquidiſtantia,
quæ opponuntur ſimilia ſunt, &
inæqualia: axes
uero ſunt axium figurarum partes, quæ in ipſis
comprehenduntur.

PETITIONES.

1 Solidarum figurarum ſimilium centra grauita-
tis ſimiliter ſunt poſita.
2 Solidis figuris ſimilibus, & æqualibus inter ſe
aptatis, centra quoque grauitatis ipſarum inter ſe
aptata erunt.

THEOREMA I. PROPOSITIO I.

Omnis figuræ rectilineæ in circulo deſcriptæ,
quæ æqualibus lateribus, &
angulis contine-

Text layer

  • Dictionary

Text normalization

  • Original

Search


  • Exact
  • All forms
  • Fulltext index
  • Morphological index