|The Method Proposition 2|
If we deal in the same way with all the sets of three circles in which planes perpendicular to AC
cut the cylinder, the sphere and the cone, and which make up these solids respectively,
it follows that the cylinder, in the place where it is, will be in equilibrium about A with the sphere and the cone together, when both are placed with their centers of gravity at H.
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