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" HENRY said, the question of balls and points had not been fully settled. If electricity acts inversely as the square of the distance, then, on the principle of central forces, the induction on a sphere at a distance from the cloud would be the same as... "
The Analyst: A Monthly Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics - Page 175
1874
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The Principles of Fluxions: Designed for the Use of Students in the Universities

William Dealtry - 1816 - 492 pages
...a*, the attraction varies as the content divided by the square of the distance from the center ; and is the same as if all the matter of the sphere were collected into the center. a plane LloO infinitely extended, the force of each particle varying inversely...
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A Treatise on Fluxions

Samuel Vince - 1818 - 444 pages
...attraction would be the same, it being independent of a. Hence, the attraction of a corpuscle to a sphere, is the same as if all the matter of the sphere were collected into it's centre. COR. 1 . Hence, if P be a sphere of finite magnitude, the attraction of...
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Gravitation: An Elementary Explanation of the Principal Perturbations in the ...

Sir George Biddell Airy - 1834 - 252 pages
...at the centre by nearly -rlhrth of their whole attraction ; but the attraction of the whole sphere is the same as if all the matter of the sphere were collected at the centre ; therefore, when these parts are removed, they must leave a mass, whose attraction...
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Library of Useful Knowledge: Natural philosophy, Volume 3

1834 - 578 pages
...each of their particles. It happens however, that the attraction of a sphere upon a point without it is the same as if all the matter of the sphere were united at its centre, provided the sphere be homogeneous, or at least composed of concent rical homogeneous...
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Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Volume 4

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1851 - 472 pages
...on the principle of central forces, the induction on a sphere at a distance from the cloud would be the same as if all the matter of the sphere were concentrated in its centre, and consequently the attraction of the ball or sphere on the electricity of the distant...
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Proceedings, Volume 4

American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1851 - 478 pages
...on the principle of central forces, the induction on a sphere at a distance from the cloud would be the same as if all the matter of the sphere were concentrated in its centre, and consequently the attraction of the ball or sphere on the electricity of the distant...
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The Analyst, Volumes 1-2

1874 - 490 pages
...of Plane Geometry." Marcus Baker ^ays that in the solution of ^5 the equation ¡i- ii. volví«! u» the 8th degree.] 86. "Prove that the Attraction of...an external point is the same as if all the matter oí the sphere were concentrated at its centre." SOLUTION BY AB NEI.8ON M. I)., J>AN VILLE, KY. Let...
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The Analyst, Volumes 1-4

1874 - 834 pages
...it passes : required to construct the quadrilateral. 86. BY PROF. J. 8. HAYES, HODGENVILLE, KY. — Prove that the attraction of a sphere of uniform density...matter of the sphere were concentrated at its centre. 87. BY GM DAY, LOCKPORT, NY — There are n tickets in a bag numbered 1, 2, 3 ... n. A man draws three...
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Scientific Writings of Joseph Henry, Volume 30, Issue 1

Joseph Henry - 1886 - 552 pages
...on the principle of central forces, the induction on a sphere at a distance from the cloud would be the same as if all the matter of the sphere were concentrated in its centre, and consequently the attraction of the ball or sphere on the electricity of the distant...
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Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections, Volume 30

Smithsonian Institution - 1887 - 1124 pages
...on the principle of central forces, the induction on a sphere at a distance from the cloud would be the same as if all the matter of the sphere were concentrated in its centre, and consequently the attraction of the ball or sphere on the electricity of the distant...
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