Galilei, Galileo, Les méchaniques, 1634

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temps, puiſque le plan FN ſur le­
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quel il ſe meut eſt égal au plan
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DO, ſur lequel roule le grand. </s>
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<s id="s.000026">D'où quelques vns conclunt
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qu'il n'y a point de ſi petit cercle
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que l'on ne le puiſſe dire égal au
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plus grand qui ſe puiſſe imaginer,
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puis qu'il
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à vn eſpace égal
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Car pluſieurs croyent que les par­
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ties du petit ne trainent point,
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qu'elles ne froiſſent nullement le
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plan, & que chaque point, & cha­
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que partie de ſa circonference
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touche
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à chaque point,
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& à chaque partie du plan. </s>
<s id="s.000027">Il faut
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dire la meſme choſe du grand
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cercle à l'égard du petit, lors que
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le grand ſe meut par le mouue­
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ment du petit, car le grand dimi­
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nuë ſon chemin ſuiuant les traces
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du petit, de ſorte que ſi le petit
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ne fait qu'vn pied de Roy dans vn
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tour, le grand quoy qu'égal au </s>
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