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It remains now to find the position of the point O : let us first

and q equal to each other, and also to p' and q ; it follows, then, that the force P

divides (by art. '29, Marrats' Mechanics) the angle p E p into two equal parts.

It remains now to find the position of the point O : let us first

**suppose**the forces pand q equal to each other, and also to p' and q ; it follows, then, that the force P

divides (by art. '29, Marrats' Mechanics) the angle p E p into two equal parts.

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F G P KG=» = Q,,nl°EF = Q- To demonstrate that the proposition is true when the

forces P and Q are incommensurable ; let us

an exact number of times, or that P = ma ; (this may always be permitted ;) we ...

F G P KG=» = Q,,nl°EF = Q- To demonstrate that the proposition is true when the

forces P and Q are incommensurable ; let us

**suppose**that P contains the force aan exact number of times, or that P = ma ; (this may always be permitted ;) we ...

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-j^s. the prime cost per yard, and ~— — 5 — — is the real loss per yard. Again, 19

19 r j o ' 1 05 95 : 105 :: 5 : — —= what one yard should be sold for 19 J to clear 5

per cent.

-j^s. the prime cost per yard, and ~— — 5 — — is the real loss per yard. Again, 19

19 r j o ' 1 05 95 : 105 :: 5 : — —= what one yard should be sold for 19 J to clear 5

per cent.

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