## The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of ScienceTaylor & Francis, 1923 - Physics |

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2 For a periodic motion , of period the

? dwa d day pp ? dw ? EB and the values of p will be determined from this

...

2 For a periodic motion , of period the

**equation**becomes w21 + 2 102Ny , dwa pp? dwa d day pp ? dw ? EB and the values of p will be determined from this

**equation**together with the conditions at the ends of the bar . If k ' be the radius of...

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Other Solutions of the Characteristic

the roots of an

asymptotic expansions of the functions , it is evident that it will be desirable that ...

Other Solutions of the Characteristic

**Equation**of Motion . If we are to investigatethe roots of an

**equation**of type P ( x ) P ( b ) Q ( x ) Qib ) by the employment of theasymptotic expansions of the functions , it is evident that it will be desirable that ...

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the value of x in terms of y derived from the fifth

relating to a single median . Performing the requisite operation , I tind for y 483 .

the value of x in terms of y derived from the fifth

**equation**for x in each of those six**equations**; and thus we are presented with a problem of the ordinary kindrelating to a single median . Performing the requisite operation , I tind for y 483 .

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### Contents

SIXTH SERIES | 1 |

JULY 1923 | 17 |

Mr B E Mourashkinsky on the Diffraction Pattern in a case | 29 |

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