## Philosophical MagazineTaylor & Francis, 1836 - Physics |

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that “ Professor Young involves himself in a palpable inconsistency when he arrives at the fact of the ellipse question admitting multiple solutions , by an examination of the

that “ Professor Young involves himself in a palpable inconsistency when he arrives at the fact of the ellipse question admitting multiple solutions , by an examination of the

**original**analytical conditions , and at the same time ...Page 21

The in the ellipse question is founded on general reasoning as far as the vanishing fractions , and those fractions ought therefore to supply all the values that can satisfy the

The in the ellipse question is founded on general reasoning as far as the vanishing fractions , and those fractions ought therefore to supply all the values that can satisfy the

**original**equations . I still hold myself justified ...Page 23

The symbol y and its corresponding vanishing y fraction as they appear in the equation ( t ) cannot in this case represent the solution of the

The symbol y and its corresponding vanishing y fraction as they appear in the equation ( t ) cannot in this case represent the solution of the

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### Contents

JANUARY 1836 | 1 |

Mr J Tovey on the Relation between the Velocity and Length | 7 |

Mr W J Henwoods Observations on the Steam Engines | 20 |

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