Borelli, Giovanni Alfonso, De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus, 1670

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              dem latitudinis ſiuè non, ſemper centrum communis
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              grauitatis fluidi in deſcenſu parabolam deſcribet; ſi
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              verò brachia ſiphonis æquè inclinata ad horizontem
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              fuerint, deſcribet eius centrum in deſcenſu parabo­
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              lam quotieſcumque brachia æquè craſſa fuerint. </s>
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              Cap. 2. dę
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              momentis
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              grauium in
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              fluido inna­
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              COROLLARIVM I.
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              <s id="s.000097">Siverò in eodem angulari ſiphone vnum brachium
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              dilatatum, alterum verò gracile fuerit, tunc eius
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                trum</expan>
              in deſcenſu curuam deſcribet hyperbolam̨
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              ęmulantem. </s>
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              COROLLARIVM II.
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              <s id="s.000099">Et tandem ſi vnum brachiorum perpendicularę
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              fuerit ad horizontem, reliquum verò inclinatum in de­
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              ſcenſu deſcribet commune centrum grauitatis
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              ellipſim æmulantem. </s>
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              <s id="s.000100">His præmiſſis declarari debet altera libræ, ſeu ſi­
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              phonis proprietas, in quo centrum grauitatis eius
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              mouetur non quidem motu obliquo, & curuo, ſed per
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              lineam rectam ad horizontem perpendicularem, pro
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              cuius intelligentia præmittendum eſt, quod. </s>
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              PROP. VI.
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              Duo pondera inæqualia fune non graui circa trochleam reuo­
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              luto ſuſpenſa, dum vnum eorum aſcendit centrum gra­
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              uitatis eorum per lineam
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              ad horizontem
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              perpendicularem deprimitur.
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