An improved solution of a problem in physical astronomy by which swiftly converging series are obtained, which are useful in computing the perturbations of the motions of the Earth, Mars, and Venus by their mutual attraction. Catalogue of Scientific Papers (1800-1863) - Side 266af Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1869Fuld visning - Om denne bog
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1775 - 348 sider
...the value of a slowly converging series, of which all the terms are affirmative. .... LXXXVIII.183 **An improved solution of a problem in physical astronomy,...Earth; Mars, and Venus, by their mutual attraction.** 527 A second appendix to the above, containing formulae for computing the coefficients A and B, by... | |
| 1799
...a Problem in pkyßcal jißrenomy; by which fwiftly converging Stries are oltainfd, which are uffful **in computing the Perturbations of the Motions of the...Attraction. To •which is added an Appendix, containing an** cafy Method of obtaining the Sums of many ßowly converging Series •which arije in taking the Fluents... | |
| William Nicholson - 1799 - 652 sider
...a Problem in Phyfical Aftronomy ; by which fwiftly converging Series are obtained, which are ufeful **in computing the Perturbations of the Motions of the...Attraction : To which is added an Appendix, containing an** eafy Method of obtaining the Sums of many- (lowly converging Series which arife in tal.ing the Fluents... | |
| 1799
...; by which fwiftly converging Series are obtained, which are ufeful in computing the I'trlurbatisns **of the Motions of the Earth, Mars, and Venus, by their mutual** Attra£tion. TV which is added, an Appendix^ containing an eajy Method of obtaining the Sums of many... | |
| 1800
...Phyfical Agronomy ; by which fwifily-converging Scries arc obtained, which are ufetul in computifeg tlie **Perturbations of the Motions of the Earth, Mars, and Venus, by their mutual** Attraflio.i. To which is added. An Appendix, containing an eafy Method of obtaining the Sums of rvuny... | |
| Jeremias David Reuss - 1804 - 598 sider
...planetarum et cometarum. Acta Acaâ. Petropolitanae. A^ijdi. P. i. Mem. p. 297. # * * John HEM.INS, **An improved solution of a problem in physical astronomy.,...series are obtained, which are useful in computing the** perturbation» of the motrons of the earth, mars and venue by their natural attraction; to which is... | |
| 1809
...problem, by which •• swiftly converging series are obtained, useful in computing the disturbances **of the motions of the Earth, Mars, and Venus, by their mutual** attractions ;" with an appendix on subjects more purely mathematical. — Mr. Vmce, who has published... | |
| John Nichols - 1831 - 952 sider
...value of a Slowly Converging Series, of which all the terms are affirmative, 1798. xviii. p. 312. — **"An improved Solution of a Problem in Physical Astronomy,...Earth, Mars, and Venus, by their mutual attraction."** ib. p. 4O8. — " A Second Appendix to the Improved Solution of a Problem in Physical Astronomy," 18OO.... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1832
...Dec. 12, 1799. [PAiV. Trans. 1800, p. 86.] This paper relates to an improved solution of a problem **by which swiftly converging series are obtained, which are useful in computing the** mutual perturbations of the planets ; and contains some further remarks andimproved formulaefor computing... | |
| Royal Society (Great Britain) - 1832
...Dec. 12, 1799. [Phil. Trans. 1800, p. 86.] This paper relates to an improved solution of a problem **by which swiftly converging series are obtained, which are useful in computing the** mutual perturbations of the planets ; and contains some further remarks andimproved formulaefor computing... | |
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