Archimedes, Archimedis De iis qvae vehvntvr in aqva libri dvo

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[61. ALEXANDRO FARNESIO CARDINALI AMPLISSIMO ET OPTIMO.]
[62. FEDERICI COMMANDINI VRBINATIS LIBER DE CENTRO GRAVITATIS SOLIDORVM. DIFFINITIONES.]
[63. PETITIONES.]
[64. THEOREMA I. PROPOSITIO I.]
[65. THEOREMA II. PROPOSITIO II.]
[66. THE OREMA III. PROPOSITIO III.]
[67. THE OREMA IIII. PROPOSITIO IIII.]
[68. ALITER.]
[69. THEOREMA V. PROPOSITIO V.]
[70. COROLLARIVM.]
[71. THEOREMA VI. PROPOSITIO VI.]
[72. THE OREMA VII. PROPOSITIO VII.]
[73. THE OREMA VIII. PROPOSITIO VIII.]
[74. THE OREMA IX. PROPOSITIO IX.]
[75. PROBLEMA I. PROPOSITIO X.]
[76. PROBLEMA II. PROPOSITIO XI.]
[77. PROBLEMA III. PROPOSITIO XII.]
[78. PROBLEMA IIII. PROPOSITIO XIII.]
[79. THEOREMA X. PROPOSITIO XIIII.]
[80. THE OREMA XI. PROPOSITIO XV.]
[81. THE OREMA XII. PROPOSITIO XVI.]
[82. THE OREMA XIII. PROPOSITIO XVII.]
[83. THEOREMA XIIII. PROPOSITIO XVIII.]
[84. THEOREMA XV. PROPOSITIO XIX.]
[85. THE OREMA XVI. PROPOSITIO XX.]
[86. THEOREMA XVII. PROPOSITIO XXI.]
[87. THE OREMA XVIII. PROPOSITIO XXII.]
[88. THEOREMA XIX. PROPOSITIO XXIII.]
[89. PROBLEMA V. PROPOSITIO XXIIII.]
[90. THEOREMA XX. PROPOSITIO XXV.]
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FED. COMMANDINI
do in reliquis figuris æquilateris, & æquiangulis, quæ in cir-
culo deſcribuntur, probabimus cẽtrum grauitatis earum,
&
centrum circuli idem eſſe. quod quidem demonſtrare
oportebat.
Ex quibus apparet cuiuslibet figuræ rectilineæ
in circulo plane deſcriptæ centrum grauitatis idẽ
eſſe, quod &
circuli centrum.
Figuram in circulo plane deſcriptam appella-
γνωρ@ μω@mus, cuiuſmodi eſt ea, quæ in duodecimo elemen
torum libro, propoſitione ſecunda deſcribitur.
ex æqualibus enim lateribus, & angulis conſtare
perſpicuum eſt.

THEOREMA II. PROPOSITIO II.

Omnis figuræ rectilineæ in ellipſi plane deſcri-
ptæ centrum grauitatis eſt idem, quod ellipſis
centrum.
Quo modo figura rectilinea in ellipſi plane deſcribatur,
docuimus in commentarijs in quintam propoſitionem li-
bri Archimedis de conoidibus, &
ſphæroidibus.
Sit ellipſis a b c d, cuius maior axis a c, minor b d: iun-
ganturq́;
a b, b c, c d, d a: & bifariam diuidantur in pun-
ctis e f g h.
à centro autem, quod ſit k ductæ lineæ k e, k f,
k g, k h uſque ad ſectionem in puncta l m n o protrahan-
tur:
& iungantur l m, m n, n o, o l, ita ut a c ſecet li-
neas l o, m n, in z φ punctis, &
b d ſecet l m, o n in χ ψ.
erunt l k, k n linea una, itemq́ue linea unaipſæ m k, k o:
&
lineæ b a, c d æquidiſtabunt lineæ m o: & b c, a d ipſi
l n.
rurſus l o, m n axi b d æquidiſtabunt: & l m,

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