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    1. Of the method of first and last ratios of quantities, by the help whereof we demonstrate the propositions that follow
    2. Of the invention of centripetal forces
    3. Of the motion of bodies in eccentric conic sections
    4. Of the finding of elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic orbits, from the focus given
    5. How the orbits are to be found when neither focus is given
    6. How the motions are to be found in given orbits
    7. Concerning the rectilinear ascent and descent of bodies
    8. Of the invention of orbits wherein bodies will revolve, being acted upon by any sort of centripetal force
    9. Of the motion of bodies in moveable orbits, and of the motion of the apsides
    10. Of the motion of bodies in given superficies, and of the reciprocal motion of funependulous bodies
    11. Of the motion of bodies to each other with centripetal forces
    12. Of the attractive forces of spherical bodies
    13. Of the attractive forces of bodies which are not of a spherical figure
    14. Of the motion of very small bodies when agitated by centripetal forces tending to the several parts of any very great body

    BOOK II. OF THE MOTION OF BODIES (contd.)

SECTION

  1. Of the motion of bodies that are resisted in the ratio of velocity
  2. Of the motion of bodies that are resisted in the duplicate ratio of their velocities
  3. Of the motions of bodies which are resisted partly in the ratio of the velocities, and partly in the duplicate of the same ratio
  4. Of the circular motion of bodies in resisting mediums
  5. Of the density and compression of fluids; and of hydrostatics
  6. Of the motion and resistance of funependulous bodies
  7. Of the motion of fluids and the resistance made to projected bodies
  8. Of motion propagated through fluids
  9. Of the circular motion of fluids

BOOK III. THE SYSTEM OF THE WORLD

RULES OF REASONING IN PHILOSOPHY

PHÆNOMENA, OR APPEARANCES

PROPOSITIONS I-XVI

OF THE MOTION OF THE MOON'S NODES

GENERAL SCHOLIUM

 

Isaac Newton's Principia 1687, Translated by Andrew Motte 1729

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