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Let p and q be two parallel forces , applied to the extremities E , F , of the line E F

, with which their

to their sum , is parallel to them , and that the point of application 0 , divides the ...

Let p and q be two parallel forces , applied to the extremities E , F , of the line E F

, with which their

**directions**make any angle ; I say that their resultant R is equalto their sum , is parallel to them , and that the point of application 0 , divides the ...

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lent to P and Q , of which it is necessary to determine the resultant , and the

circum : stances of this decomposition are , in an inverse

that of the ...

lent to P and Q , of which it is necessary to determine the resultant , and the

**directions**of which produced ought necessarily to meet ... It is clear that thecircum : stances of this decomposition are , in an inverse

**direction**, the same asthat of the ...

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The first case which presents itself , is that where the angle formed by the

Q , be perpendicular to each other , their resultant R being unknown . B . . . A . .

The first case which presents itself , is that where the angle formed by the

**directions**of the forces is a right angle . Let then the**direction**of the two forces P ,Q , be perpendicular to each other , their resultant R being unknown . B . . . A . .

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