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" U u reduces all angles to the plane of the horizon, and with such a degree of correctness, that the error in the sum of the three angles of any triangle is scarcely, in any instance, found to exceed three seconds of a degree, and in general not more than... "
Dissertations and Letters - Página 8
editado por - 1815 - 101 páginas
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Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volumen102

1812
...correctness, that the error in the sum of the three angles of any triangle is scarcely, in any instance, found to exceed three seconds of a degree, and in...the degree of care employed in their construction, in the mode of using them, and the pains taken to verify their measures was such, that no error that...
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The Monthly Review

Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1814
...correctness, that the error in the sum of the three angles of any triangle is scarcely, in any instance, found to exceed three seconds of a degree, and in...equal precision with the rods of platina employed inJjYaiice, nevertheless the degree of care employed in their construction, in the mode of using them,...
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Retrospect of Philosophical, Mechanical, Chemical, and ..., Volumen8

1815
...their position appears to have been determined with the utmost precision by the Theodolite of Ramsden. Accordingly the geodetical observations were conducted with a degree of exactness which can hardly be exceeded. Nevertheless the results deduced by the author, from this measure alone, would...
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Philosophical Magazine, Volumen41

1813
...of a degree, and in general not more than a small fraction of a second. Accordingly the gcodetical observations were conducted with a degree of exactness...the degree of care employed in their construction, in the mode of using them, and the pains taken to verify their measures, was such, that no error that...
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