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• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture III
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• the Copernican world-system, and a third system might equally
• brings forth the minerals; yet is is equally true that all
• The Radius-vector of a Planet describes equal sectors,
• equal areas, in equal periods of time.
• describes equal sectors in equal periods of time”. We
• in equal periods of time equal areas are described, Special
• radius-vector describing equal sectors in equal times, it is
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IV
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• radius-vectors describe equal areas in equal periods of time.
• law that the radius — vectors describe equal areas in
• equal periods of time.
• It is obvious that a + b equals b + a , or a x b equals b x a
• can only equal zero if at least one of the factors
• equals zero.’ This law again is only an
• being equal to zero. These laws underlie the formal
• if we applied to some real process the idea that a + b equals
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture VI
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• we go backward and forward an equal length of time into a
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture IX
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• equal a constant magnitude. For the sake of simplicity in the
• have taken it here, is greater than a, equal to a, or less
• b is also greater than or equal to a √2. Moreover, when
• etc. are equal to one
• another and always equal to a constant number. This curve is,
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture X
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• from the needle itself, it is equally and fundamentally
• greater than, equal to, or less than b. I obtain the
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIII
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• equals the movement of the Sun. We must write y again, and so
• — the observation of the equality of y at diverse
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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• equally well have tried to present them without recourse to
• set to work with equal care to tackle the same problem from
• Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
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• not develop these conceptions we shall be unequal to the
• Venus with its loop — you will do equal justice to the paths
• You can equally well imagine it a

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