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" The principle of inertia is an abstract principle which must be considered as applicable to a single isolated particle. It may be enounced in the following terms: — An isolated 'material point cannot change its state, whether of rest or motion. That... "
elementary treatise on nautral philosophy - Página 9
por a. privat deschanel - 1873
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Young Scientist: A Practical Journal for Amateurs, Volumen1

1851
...themselves change their condition, and that thus a body once set in motion can never stop — that it will continue to move in the same direction and with the same velocity as when it set out, unless some other external force changes its direction or velocity. This peculiarity...
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Iconographic Encyclopaedia of Science, Literature, and Art, Volumen1

Johann Georg Heck - 1851
...themselves change their condition, and that thus a body once set in motion can never stop — that it will continue to move in the same direction and with the same velocity as when it set out, unless some other external force changes its direction or velocity. This peculiarity...
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Iconographic Encyclopedia

J.G. Heck - 1860
...cannot themselves change their condition, and that thus a body once set in motion can never stop—that it will continue to move in the same direction and with the same velocity as when it set out, unless some other external force changes its direction or velocity. This peculiarity...
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A catechism adapted to the latest edition of the Regulations, for conducting ...

Aubrey William O. Saunders - 1861
...will send it in the first second as far as C ; if there were no other force to affect it, it would continue to move in the same direction and with the same velocity, and in another second it would have passed over a space CD equal to A. C ; so in the third second it...
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The First Principles of Natural Philosophy

William Thynne Lynn - 1863 - 100 páginas
...generate in that body a constantly increasing motion. For if the force ceased to act, the body would continue to move in the same direction and with the same velocity as it was moving at the mo.ment of that cessation; but the force continuing to act, the body possesses...
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A New Manual of the Elements of Astronomy: Descriptive and Mathematical ...

Henry Kiddle - 1868 - 284 páginas
...motion, is called Force. 6. A body when acted upon by a single force, moves in a straight line; and will continue to move in the same direction, and with the same velocity, until acted upon by some other force. Fig. 20. * From the Latin words centrum, meaning the mitre, and...
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a sketch of a philosophy part I. mind: its powers and capacities and its ...

john g. macvicar, d.d. - 1868
...reference to space and time? Plainly this is to affirm, that if that element be at rest, it will continue at rest ; if it be in motion, it will continue to move, performing in every successive moment the same element of motion, which it performed in the preceding...
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A Dictionary of Science: Comprising Astronomy, Chemistry, Dynamics ...

George Farrer Rodwell - 1871 - 580 páginas
...evident that when a body is not acted upon by any external agent, if it be at rest it will remain so, and if it be in motion it will continue to move in the same straight line with uniform speed. Law II. Change of motion is proportional to the impressed force,...
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A Sketch of a Philosophy ...

John Gibson MacVicar - 1874 - 163 páginas
...property of inertia is usually described. "If an atom or body be at rest it will continue at rest, and if it be in motion it will continue to move in the same straight line, with the same velocity, until it be disturbed by some force applied from without." An...
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A New Manual of the Elements of Astronomy, Descriptive and Mathematical ...

Henry Kiddle - 1877 - 284 páginas
...motion, is called Force. 6. A body when acted upon by a single force, moves in a straight line ; and will continue to move in the same direction, and with the same velocity, until acted upon by some other force. Fig. 20. * From the I,atin words centrum, meaning the centre,...
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