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

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              vt terminus eius A deſcendat
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              deorsùm percurrendo arcum
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              AI neceſsè eſt vt eius oppoſi­
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              tus terminus B motu contrario
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              ſursùm aſcendat percurrendo
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              arcum BH æqualem contrapo­
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              ſito AI. </s>
              <s id="s.000512">Et
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              præ­
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              dicti motus
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              ſimul fie­
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              ri nequeunt, tunc neceſsè eſt
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              vt libra, vel rota quieſcatiņ
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              eodem ſitu, nec agitetur. </s>
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              Cap. 4. poſi­
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              tiuam leui­
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              tatem noņ
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              dari.</s>
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              PROP. XLVI.
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              Si eidem libræ termino applicentur potentiæ ad oppoſitas
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              partes
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              mutuo
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              , & potentia maior
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              præualebit, libram
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              vi æquali dif­
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              ferentiæ potentiarum.
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              <s id="s.000516">APponatur poſtea pondus DE termino libræ A;
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              hoc profectò vim efficit, conaturque traherę
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              terminum libræ A per directionem AD versùs cen­
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              trum telluris, at quia ſemidiameter AC in
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              librę
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              figitur immobiliter, hinc conſequetur reuolutio librę
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              fereturque terminus A non per lineam rectam AD,
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              ſed per arcum AI excurrendo integrum
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              ,
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              & quia libra AB ſupponitur continua, & rigida
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              tempore quo terminus A arcum AI pertranſit oppo­
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              ſitus eius terminus B deſcribet contrapoſitum arcum
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              BH. </s>
              <s id="s.000517">Modò motum eiuſdem libræ, & deſcenſum pon-</s>
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