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" respectively. Then, at the points where 1 and 1', 2 and 2', 3 and 3', 4 and 4' respectively intersect each other, the potentials will be the sums of the potentials of the intersecting lines; and therefore the potential at all these points is the same,... "
Philosophical Magazine - Page 321
1875
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Choice and Chance: An Elementary Treatise on Permutations, Combinations, and ...

William Allen Whitworth - Combinations - 1886 - 346 pages
...Eegarding it in another way, the 36 different ways of the dice falling are made up of six unique ways— 1 and 1, 2 and 2, 3 and 3, 4 and 4, 5 and 5, 6 and 6, and 30 other ways, consisting of 15 essentially different throws, each repeated twice...
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Physics by Experiment: An Elementary Text-book for the Use of Schools

Edward Richard Shaw - Physics - 1891 - 342 pages
...fourcoil armature to its commutator is shown in Fig. 267, where coils A, S, C, and D have their ends 1 and 1', 2 and 2', 3 and 3', 4 and 4', respectively, connected to bars JV and V, V and W, W and M, M and N~. The front end only of the armature is shown...
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Physics by Experiment: An Elementary Text-book for the Use of Schools

Edward Richard Shaw - Physics - 1891 - 346 pages
...fourcoil armature to- its commutator is shown in Fig. 267, where coils A, _B, C, and D have their ends 1 and 1', 2 and 2', 3 and 3', 4 and 4', respectively, connected to bars N and V, V and W, W arid M, MandJV. The front end only of the armature is shown in...
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Physics by Experiment: An Elementary Text-book for the Use of Schools

Edward Richard Shaw - Physics - 1891 - 354 pages
...fourcoil armature to its commutator is shown in Fig. 267, where coils A, IS, C, and D have their ends 1 and 1', 2 and 2', 3 and 3', 4 and 4', respective! v, connected to bars JV and V, V and W, W and M, M and N. The front end only of the armature...
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Werner's Readings and Recitations: Werner's readings (1891)

Readers - 1892 - 204 pages
...row, which breaks apart in. pairs to receive them, forming one line with the pairs in regular order, 1 and 1, 2 and 2, 3 and 3, 4 and 4, 5 and 5, 6 and 6. Then all together take four steps back, captain to the side. 27. SALUTE : Rackets...
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Physics by Experiment: An Elementary Text-book for the Use of Schools

Edward Richard Shaw - Physics - 1894 - 336 pages
...fourcoil armature to its commutator is shown in Fig. 267, where coils A, B, C, and D have their ends 1 and 1', 2 and 2', 3 and 3', 4 and 4', respectively, connected to bars Jf and V, V and W, W and M, M and N~. The front end only of the armature is shown...
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Physics by Experiments

Edward Richard Shaw - 1901 - 342 pages
...fourcoil armature to its commutator is shown in Fig. 267, where coils A, B, C, and D have their ends 1 and 1', 2 and 2', 3 and 3', 4 and 4', respectively, connected to bars N~ and V, V and W, W and M, M and N'. The front end only of the armature is shown...
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Theory and Calculations of Electrical Apparatus, Volume 6

Charles Proteus Steinmetz - Electric machinery - 1917 - 512 pages
...225.—Multiconductor unipolar machine, conductor unipolar length section, machine, crosssection. sections, 1 and 1', 2 and 2', 3 and 3', 4 and 4', are connected in multiple (to equalize the flux distribution) between four pairs of collector rings,...
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Municipal index

1928 - 704 pages
...6 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 American Steel & Wire Co.'s Steel Wire Gauge No. Longit. Trans. 1 and 1 2 and 2 3 and 3 4 and 4 5 and 5 6 and 6 7 and 7 8 and 8 1 and 1 2 and 2 3 and 3 4 and 4 5 and 5 6 and 6 7 and 7 0 and 6 3 and...
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Concrete, Plain and Reinforced ...

Frederick Winslow Taylor, Sanford Eleazer Thompson, Edward Smulski - Concrete - 1928 - 776 pages
...values of H and M divide the above values by the denominators found in Table 2. Number of Section (1) 1 and 1' 2 and 2' 3 and 3' 4 and 4' 5 and 5' 6 and 6' 7 and 7' 8 and 8' Sum X (2) y (3) } Ids Ix (4) From Table 2 v , /ds (3)X(4) (5) l+2x...
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