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

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Perget proinde^nassa impingens etiam post conssi-
ctum juxta priorem diredtionem moveri, si fuerit
major massa quieseente in quam impingit.

M + m : M m C : x

IVI ^ ni. III. (4 + 8) • (4 'm~4 8) ^ 12 ! x

1 2 : —4^12: x

I2X S3 —< 4 . 12 ZU — 48

x z3 —• 48 : 12 z3 —• 4

Quoniam —* 4 est quantitas negativa, patet mas-
sam M urgeri in partem priori directioni oppositam,
ac proinde resilire, si fuerit minor massa quieseente.

Corollarium. Si massa m, in quam fit impa-
ctus, immobilis sit; eadem ceu infinite magna
spedtari potest comparative ad massam M impin-
gentem , haec igitur in illius comparatione evane-

scens, erit

quare formula

MC— mC
M + m

transibit

in hanc

—• C, h. e. eadem celeritate resi-

m

liet massa impingens, qua advenerat.

ScHOLION II. Pro invenienda in numeris mas-
sae quieseentis, post conssictum celeritate servient
iidem, qui prius numeri ad formulam generalem
0. 6. theorem. 4.) demonstratam applicati.

M + m : 2M C : x

M^Jm. I. (4+4) : g 2=: 12 : x

g : 8^12 : x

gx zzi 8 • 12 ^ 96

x ^ 96 ; 8 S 12

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