Excerpt from Principles of Physics: Designed for Use as a Textbook of General Physics
A further and more severe test of the suspected law is made by using it as a postulate or hypothesis from which conclusions are drawn by the methods Of deductive logic, which Often take the ... form of mathematical Operations, and interpreting these conclu sions as descriptions of results which are necessarily true in fact if the law is valid. Experiments are then instituted in order to see whether the results thus predicted have their counterparts in nature.
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