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applied sciences 1g3 י Τη the Third Year Spherical Trigonometry the higher parts of the Differential and Integral Calculus and the Ele- ments of the Geometry of Three Dimensions The Students of each year are divided into four divisions according to proficiency and in these divisions they are arranged in order of merit at each examination Λ Mechanics Natural Philosophy Physics Hours of attendance First Year Monday Wednesday Thursday ana Friday 11 45 to Monday Wednesday and Second and Third Years Thursday 10 20 to 11 40 Thursdav to Occasional Students can attend with either class or they may attend the Experimental Lectures only on Monday $111 Thursday at 11 45 and on Thursday at Subjects of First Year theoretical Elementary Principles -Measurement of the relative Position of Points Principles of Resolution and Composition of Distances Displacements Velocities and Forces Statics -Definition of Force its absolute Measurement and its Measurement in pounds weight Tension of Ropes Equilibrium of Forces Parallelogram and Triangle of Forces Equilibrium of Bodies turning about an Axis Levers the Centre of Gravity Action of Smooth Surfaces 'Mechanical Powers Theory of Motion -Measurement of Velocity Varying Ve- locity Uniformly accelerated Velocity Motion in Circle On the motion of Bodv round an Axis Ansrular Velocity the Velocity-ratio of two Points in Machine Work -Measurement of work Transmission of work by machines Efficiencv of machine Dynamics -Absolute Measurement of Forces Momentum of body Impulse of Force Work done by Force Energy
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