# Citations:sedecuple

## English citations of *sedecuple*

**1744–1749**, Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz (in correspondence with John Bernoulli), “Commercium Literarum” (1696 January), quoted in translation in The Royal Society of London’s*Philoſophical Tranſactions (From the Year*, ed. John Martyn, volume 10 (1756), by James Jurin in his “Dynamical Principles,*1743*, to the Year*1750*)*or*Metaphyſical Principles*of*Mechanicks”, on page 184- If for duple we had ſubſtituted triple, quadruple, quintuple, &c. the action would have come out noncuple,
**ſedecuple**, 25ple; and generally it appears, that equable, equitemporaneous, moving actions, are to equal moveable, as the ſquares of the velocities; or, which is the ſame thing, that in the ſame or an equal body, the forces are in a duplicate ratio of the velocities.

- If for duple we had ſubſtituted triple, quadruple, quintuple, &c. the action would have come out noncuple,
**1965**, Edward Grant [tr.], “Part I of Nicole Oresme’s*Algorismus proportionum*” in*Isis*(History of Science Society), volume 56, ed. George Sarton, page 333- As an example, let us take a ratio which is two-thirds of a quadruple[.] Since 2 is the numerator…, we shall have one-third of a quadruple ratio squared…, namely…a
**sedecuple**ratio[.]

- As an example, let us take a ratio which is two-thirds of a quadruple[.] Since 2 is the numerator…, we shall have one-third of a quadruple ratio squared…, namely…a
**1966**, Nicole Oresme [aut.] and Edward Grant [tr.],*De proportionibus proportionum*and*Ad pauca respicientes*(University of Wisconsin Press), page 169- In the second way, it is divisible into unequal rational ratios, any of which would be a part or parts. Not every one is divisible in this way, but some surely are, as…a
**sedecuple**ratio into an octuple and double where the double is one-fourth…and the octuple is three-fourths.‡

- In the second way, it is divisible into unequal rational ratios, any of which would be a part or parts. Not every one is divisible in this way, but some surely are, as…a
**1967**, Charles P. Poole,*Electron Spin Resonance: A Comprehensive Treatise on Experimental Techniques*(Interscience Publishers), page 544- Gozzini and Iannuzzi (1960) proposed the use of sixteen microwave spectrometer systems connected in parallel and fed by the same source[. …] It is interesting to note that this
**sedecuple**arrangement did not burgeon forth from an opulent American laboratory.

- Gozzini and Iannuzzi (1960) proposed the use of sixteen microwave spectrometer systems connected in parallel and fed by the same source[. …] It is interesting to note that this