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... the direction of the ball above the oblique plane of the beam, R the range on

the oblique plane of the beam, and H. the height required ; then by article 416,

Mar- rat's Mechanics, H = — = 6,75 feet. 4 C Otherwise, by Mr. A.

Rylando.

... the direction of the ball above the oblique plane of the beam, R the range on

the oblique plane of the beam, and H. the height required ; then by article 416,

Mar- rat's Mechanics, H = — = 6,75 feet. 4 C Otherwise, by Mr. A.

**Hirst**, andRylando.

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Otherwise, by Mr. A.

, A the middle point ; then, because the ball is perfectly elastic, the angle of

incidence will be equal to the angle of reflection ; that is, in this case t. BAF=z.

Otherwise, by Mr. A.

**Hirst**, and Rylando. In the annexed figure let BC be the beam, A the middle point ; then, because the ball is perfectly elastic, the angle of

incidence will be equal to the angle of reflection ; that is, in this case t. BAF=z.

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Grey,

Question (23) answered by Mr. Putsey, Pickering, and Mr. Gawthrop, Leeds. Put,

2618 = n, CD = 2x, AB = 3* and DE = 6j; then, BE=£and BD = J (DE' + BE2) = £^

145; ...

Grey,

**Hirst**, Maltinson, Nesbit, Putsey, Rylando, Winward, and Tomlinton.Question (23) answered by Mr. Putsey, Pickering, and Mr. Gawthrop, Leeds. Put,

2618 = n, CD = 2x, AB = 3* and DE = 6j; then, BE=£and BD = J (DE' + BE2) = £^

145; ...

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