First principles of natural philosophy

First principles of natural philosophy

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The weight of a vessel with its cargo is always equal to the weight of water which it displaces, or 62J times the number of cubic feet of water it displaces. ... If a cubic foot of air be taken when the pressure is 15 pounds per square inch, and it be immersed in water to the depth of 10 feet, how ... A cubic foot of iron is so shaped that it just floats when placed upon water ; what volume of water does it displace ? 8. ... If a cubic foot of marble weigh 162 pounds, what will be its specific gravity?

Title:First principles of natural philosophy
Author:Amos Emerson Dolbear
Publisher: - 1897


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