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    ; 48 MENSURATION—AREA AND VOLUME.

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    CHAPTER IV. HYDROSTATICS. Density a

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    — 54 II VI >K< (STATICS. Tablk IT

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    — 5G HYDROSTATICS. the level. If

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    5S HYDROSTATICS. Exercises. 1. An e

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    — 60 HYDROSTATICS. Specific Gravi

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    62 HYDROSTATICS Specific Gravity of

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    — G4 HYDROSTATICS. Specific Gravi

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    66 HYDROSTATICS. to C ; the flow ce

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    — 68 HYDROSTATICS. the other end

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    ; '• 70 HYDROSTATICS. of the upwa

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    72 PROPERTIES OF AIR BAROMETERS—B

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    — 74 PROPERTIES OF AIR BAROMETERS

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    76 PROPERTIES OF AIR BAROMETERS BOY

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    — 78 REPRESENTATION AND MEASUREME

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    80 REPRESENTATION- \\I» MEASUREMEN

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    ; 84 REPRESENTATION* AND MEASUREMEN

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    — 86 REPRESENTATION AND MEASUREME

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    — " 88 REPRESENTATION AND MEASURE

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    . — ) 90 REPRESENTATION AND MEASU

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    . CHAPTER VIL WORK AND ENERGY—PRI

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    94 WORK AND ENERGY PRINCIPLE OF WOR

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    — ; 104 WORK AND ENERGY PRINCIPLE

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    — — 106 WORK AND ENERGY PRINCIP

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    ; 108 WORK AND ENERGY PRINCIPLE OF

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    . CHAPTER VIII. PENDULUM AND ATTWOO

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    — — 112 PENDULUM AND ATTWOODS M

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    ; 1 1 4 PENDULUM AND ATTWOOD'S MACH

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    ; 116 PENDULUM AND ATTWOOD'S MACHIN

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    118 SOUND. the wave motion, the vib

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    : 120 SOUND. the free end a wave of

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    — ; CHAPTER X. VIBRATIONS OF A ST

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    — 126 VIBRATIONS OF A STRETCHED W

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    128 VIBRATIONS OF A STRETCHED WIRE

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    ; CHAPTER XL LIGHT. Light Waves.—

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    — Area 132 LIGHT. which just fits

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    134 LIGHT. unglazed paper is pasted

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    ; CHAPTER XII. REFLECTION—REFRACT

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    138 REFLECTION REFRACTION. position

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    140 REFLECTION REFRACTION. duce to

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    142 REFLECTION—REFRACTION. SlMMAR

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    ; 144 MIRRORS LENSES. to the glass,

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    . 146 MIRRORS LENSES. It should be

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    — 148 MIRRORS LENSES. the distanc

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    150 MIRRORS LENSES. tance of the mi

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    CHAPTER XIV. HEAT—TEMPERATURE—E

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    . . — — ; 154 HEAT TEMPERATURE

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    ; 156 HEAT TEMPERATURE EXPANSION OF

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    158 EXPANSION OF LIQUIDS AND GASES.

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    160 EXPANSION (>F LIQUIDS AND GASES

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    CHAPTER XVI. THERMOMETERS. Thermome

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    164 THERMOM ETERS. 4. It is a good

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    166 THERMOMETERS. in the sense that

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    ; CHAPTER XVII. SPECIFIC HEAT CHANG

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    — ; 170 SPECIFIC HEAT CHANGE OF S

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    172 SPECIFIC HEAT CHANGE OF STATE.

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    4 — 17 sl'KCIFIC HEAT CHANGE OF S

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    — CHAPTER XVIII. TRANSMISSION OF

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    — 178 TRANSMISSION OF HEAT: CONDU

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    : CHAPTER XIX. MAGNETISM. Propertie

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    is 2 MAGNETISM. In Fig. 152 a horse

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    ; 184 HAGNETISM. with one polo of a

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    CHAPTER XX. TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM.

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    INS TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM. Experime

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    190 TERRESTRIAL MAGNETISM. Summary.

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    — 1!»2 POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ELE

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    — ; CHAPTER XXII. ELECTROSCOPE—

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    196 ELECTROSCOPE ELECTRIC INDUCTION

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    ; 198 ELECTROSCOPE— ELECTRIC INDU

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    200 DIFFERENCE OF POTENTIAL—ELECT

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    202 DIFFERENCE OF POTENTIAL ELECTRI

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    — — 204 VOLTAIC ELECTRICITY. th

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    — — 206 VOLTAIC ELECTRICITY. vo

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    210 VOLTAIC ELECTRICITY. Smee's Cel

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    - ; — 212 ELECTRO-MAGNETISM. insi

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    214 ELECTRO-MAGNETISM. attached to

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    ; 2 1 C ELECTRO-M AGNETISM. If the

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    218 ELECTRO-MAGNETISM. sets of resi

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    ANSWERS TO EXERCISES. 1. 88 inches,

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    222 TABLE OF USEFUL CONSTANTS. TABL

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    224 INDEX. Diagonal scale, 23. Diff

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    226 1\I>K\. Screw-gauge, 2ft jack,

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