## Miscellaneous Documents: 30th Congress, 1st Session - 49th Congress, 1st Session, Volumen4 |

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Yet the equation ( 3 ) will be useful to us in the above simple form . Now we know

that the normal plane sections which correspond to the greatest and the least

Yet the equation ( 3 ) will be useful to us in the above simple form . Now we know

that the normal plane sections which correspond to the greatest and the least

**curvature**at the same point of any surface form a right angle with each other . Página 237

The liquid passing from one of its segments to the other, so long as their

superficial layer, having a spherical

principle ...

The liquid passing from one of its segments to the other, so long as their

**curvatures**have not become identical, and the ... Moreover, it is evident that if asuperficial layer, having a spherical

**curvature**, exerts by itself a pressure, thisprinciple ...

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In this case the mass will present on each side a convex surface of spherical

consequence of what we have previously seen; and we must not stop here, for it

will ...

In this case the mass will present on each side a convex surface of spherical

**curvature**, and the**curvatures**of these two surfaces will be equal. This figure is aconsequence of what we have previously seen; and we must not stop here, for it

will ...

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Surfaces of revolution enjoy simple properties in regard to the radii of the greatest

and least

radius of

Surfaces of revolution enjoy simple properties in regard to the radii of the greatest

and least

**curvature**at every point ; we know that one of these two radii is theradius of

**curvature**of the meridional line , and that the other is that portion of the ... Página 251

First, it is evident that a cylindrical surface satisfies the general condition of

equilibrium of liquid figures, because the

point. Moreover, such a surface being convex in every direction except in that of

the ...

First, it is evident that a cylindrical surface satisfies the general condition of

equilibrium of liquid figures, because the

**curvatures**in it are the same at everypoint. Moreover, such a surface being convex in every direction except in that of

the ...

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