Archimedes, Archimedis De iis qvae vehvntvr in aqva libri dvo

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ARCHIMEDIS
bimus n t æqualem eſſe ψ, & propterea ipſi gi. & quo-
niam triangulornm p φ c, n f s angulus f non eſt minor an
gulo φ, non erit b f maior, quam b c.
ergo neque s r mi-
nor, quàm c r:
neque n χ minor, quàm p y. Sed cum p f ſit
maior, quàm n t:
Figure: /permanent/library/4E7V2WGH/figures/0102-01 not scanned
[Figure 66]
ſitq;
p f ſeſquialte
ra p y:
erit n t mi-
nor, quàm ſeſquial
tera n χ:
& idcir-
co n χ maior, quã
dupla χ t.
ſit autẽ
n m dupla m t:
&
iuncta m K produ
catur.
conſtat igi-
tur ex iam dictis
non manere por-
tionem;
ſed reuol
ui ita, ut axis cum
ſuperficie humidi
faciat angulum an
gulo φ minorem.

FINIS LIBRORVM ARCHIMEDIS DE
IIS, QVAE IN AQVA VEHVNTVR.

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