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

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C + c

i m

m C+m C

M+m

; erit igitur (per §.1$. cz£.)

M + ui : ni72 C + c * x ^

mC+mc

M+m *

Corollarium ITT. Unde tota celeritas massae Celeritas

2MC+Mc—mc ,,,asrae m

m post conflidum erit zi Nam cum

sarta percussione corpus debilius m celeritate ex
solo irtu acquisita movetur secundum directionem
fortioris, & secundum eandem diredionem propel-
litur a vi elastica corporis M agente in m; celeri-
tas tam ab idu, quam ab elatere acquisita ipsi m
ceu quiescenti in unam summam addendae sunt;

, . . .r T! MC — mc

cst vero celeritas ab ictu acquisita zz — &

M+m

MC+Mc

celeritas ab elatere acquisita z

M+m

tota celeritas massae m post conssidum

• •

erit igitur
MC — mc

r

MC+Mc

M+m
2MG+M c~mc

M + m

2 MC+Mc—mc

M + ut

Et quantitas motus

M + m

m.

Corollarium IV. Tota vero celeritas mas- celeritas

r „„ MC-mC-2111C tnarTie M

M post conflidum erit zl-. Cor- r

M + m

pus enim sortius M spe&atuni ceu quieseens mo-

MC-mc

veri quidem pergeret celeritate communi —

M + m

post idum relida (§. 14. cap. r. p. II.) sed quia a vi
elastica massae m determinatur in partem priori dire-

dionij
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