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The Leonardo Notebook - Pages 3 and 4

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Notes on weights, impetus and movement ff.41v-42

Beneath the main diagram on the left-hand page Leonardo notes ‘The centre of gravity of a body suspended on one cord always lies beneath the centre line of that cord’.

The note at the top of the right-hand page reads 'The motion of a body is linear whatever the directions of the forces applied'.


 
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