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

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aequales, massae inaequales sint aliquando quie-
scet corpus majus, aliquando progredietur, ali-
quando resiliet. Q. e. d.

Corollarium II. Si massae & celeritates
inaequales sint, pariter fieri potest, utmassaMpost
iftum vel quieseat, vel juxta priorem dire&ionem
progrediatur, vel resiliat.

Scholion. Si hadtenus dicta in numeris ex-
plorare libeat, servire poterunt subjedta exempla
ad formulas generales in casibus particularibus ap-
plicata. Sit igitur I. Celeritas massae M; quando
M~m & C^c

MC-

mC — 2mc :

M + m

2. 4 —

2. 4 — 4. 4 :

24-2

23 mC —

mC —* 2mC :

m + tn

8 -

8 - 16 :

4-

2mC

16 _




- 4

2m

— 4


Celeritas massae m

»" ■ 4

2MC + Mc — mq : M + m
4. 4 •}* 2» 4 *—< 2. 4* • 2*4“ 2
2MC + MC— MC : M + M

I<\ + 8 — 8 : 4

2MC t6

Celeritas M, quando massae & celeritates reci-
procant.

MC — mC — 2mc : M + tn

4. 6 — 3. 6 — 6. 8 : 4 + ?

23 24 — 18 — 48 • 7

~ 24 — 66 33 — 42 : 7 23 •-* 6

Celc*
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