Agricola, Joseph  ; Molitor, Ludwig  
Theoria Motus In Conflictu Corporum Physice Et Algebraice Exposita — [Heidelberg], 1773 [VD18 14363399]

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serentium, uti celeritas incurrentis ante
conssiCtum, ad celeritatem ejusdem poft con-
ssictum , sive M + — m = C:x

Demonstratur : si corpora essent perfefle
dura, celeritas impingentis pofl conssi-

dum foret=; (cap. praecedent, js. 6.)

esset proinde quantitas motus post conssi-

n MC MMC r , .

clum — . M = ~r?—; si haec lubtra-

M+m M+m 7

hitur a quantitate motus ante conssidum,
invenitur quantitas motus per conssictum
amissa; est autem quantitas motus ante
conssidum = MC; erit igitur quantitas
motus per conssidum amissa = MC —
MMC MMC+MmC-MMC MmC

M+m M + m M+m

js. 53.^ cum ergo propter vim elasticam
tantundem amittat; ('js. 4. cap. praesent.)
erit quantitas motus per conssidum elasti-

cum amissa — 5 si porro haec subtra-

hitur a quantitate motus impingentis ante
conssid. relinquit quant. motus postconssd.
_2MmC MMC+MmC—2MmC

M+m M+m

M™,? — M; est vero quan-

M + m V M+m J 5 1

titas motus celeritas duda in massam; erit

igitur celeritas massae M impingentis post

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