| Geometry - 1751 - 399 pages
...now called, amounts to this mechanical Problem, the "Length of the Space defcribed being continually **given, to find the Velocity of the Motion at any 'Time propofed.** Allb the inverfe Method of Fluxions has for its Foundation, the Reverfe of this Problem, which is,... | |
| Florian Cajori - Mathematics - 1893 - 422 pages
...to speak, of the abstract calculus : — "I. The length of the space described being continually (ie **at all times) given ; to find the velocity of the motion at any time** proposed. " II. The velocity of the motion being continually given ; to find the length of the space... | |
| Florian Cajori - Mathematics - 1898 - 422 pages
...speak, of the abstract calculus : — " I. The length of the space described being continually (ie **at all times) given ; to find the velocity of the motion at any time** proposed. " II. The velocity of the motion being continually given ; to find the length of the space... | |
| I. Bernard Cohen - Science - 1983 - 404 pages
...any how accelerated or retarded': I. The length of the Space described being continually (that is, **at all times) given; to find the velocity of the motion at any time** proposed. II. The velocity of the motion being continually given; to find the length of the Space described... | |
| Douglas M. Jesseph - Mathematics - 1993 - 322 pages
...Motion, any how accelerated or retarded. I. The length of the space describ'd being continually (that is, **at all times) given; to find the velocity of the motion at any time** propos'd. II. The velocity of the motion being continually given; to find the length of the Space describ'd... | |
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