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38ARCHIMEDIS ut baſis ipſius humidum non contingat; & poſi-
ta inclinata, non manebit inclinata, ſed recta re-
ſtituetur.
SIT portio conoidis rectanguli, qualis dicta eſt: & de-
miſſa in humidum, ſi fieri poteſt, non ſitrecta;
ſed inclina-
ta:
ſecta autem ipſa plano per axem, recto ad ſuperficiem
humidi, portionis quidem ſectio ſit rectanguli coni ſectio
a p o l, axis portionis, &
ſectionis diameter n o; & ſuper-
ficiei humidi ſectio ſit is.
ſi igitur portio non eſt recta, nõ
faciet n o cum is angulos æquales.
Ducatur k ω contin-
gens rectanguli coni ſectionem in p;
æquidiſtanſq; ipſi
is:
& à puncto p ipſi o n æquidiſtans ducatur p f. Itaque
ſumantur centra grauitatum:
& ſolidi quidem a p o l cen
trum ſit r;
eius autem, quod intra humidum, centrum b:
iunctaq; b r pro-
g ſit centrũ graui
tatis ſolidi, quod
extra humidum.
Quoniam igitur
n o ipſius quidem
r o ſeſquialtera ẽ;

eius autẽ, quæ uſ-