A School Compendium of Natural and Experimental Philosophy by Richard Green Parker A.M., David Grant Stewart Sr.

By Richard Green Parker A.M., David Grant Stewart Sr.

The physics textbook that taught of the best geniuses of our time, Thomas Alva Edison and Henry Ford. Ford stated it contained all of the details recognized in regards to the topic on the time.

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By Richard Green Parker A.M., David Grant Stewart Sr.

The physics textbook that taught of the best geniuses of our time, Thomas Alva Edison and Henry Ford. Ford stated it contained all of the details recognized in regards to the topic on the time.

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Represented it . rectangle, Explain Fig. would send . it move will The force Y to D. ifi X As in the direc- the diagonal of the rectangle C apon by A B C D. ^ ' B ** act in . direction direction of an of any other acute or an obtuse m than a right angle? j th bodjr the di _ J will move How will a body move if ^ rection of the diagonal of a para'Jlelothe forces act in the di' t rection of an acute or obtuse angle ? 190. Explain Fig. 13. ffram Illustration. In figure 13 the ball be influenced by two supposed forces, one of which would send it to B and to C ib Flg 13> the other to D, the forces acting in tho The ball will, move between them in the line direction of an acute angle.

N. B. It will be seen by these definitions that both a square and u rectangle are parallelograms, but all parallelograms are not rectangles nor A square is both a parallelogram and a rectangle. Three thing* equares. ure essential to a square; namely, the four sides must all be equal, they must Two things only ttlso be parallel, and the angles must all be right angles. lire essential lo a rectangle namely, the angles must all be right angles, and the opposite sides must be equal and parallel. One thing only is essential to a parallelogram; namely, the opposite sides must be equal and Is ; .

A perpendicular line is a line which makes an angle of 90 degrees on each side of any other line or surface ; therefore, it will incline neither to A. C is perpendicular to the one side nor to the other. Thus, in Fig. 9, 9. The tangent of a circle is a line which touches the circumference, withline in the either end. at it when out cutting Thus, Fig. 9, lengthened 8. D R RT a tangent. 10. A square is a figure having four equal sides, and four equal angles. These will always be right angles. [See Fig.

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