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 8editado por - 1815 - 101 páginasVista completa - Acerca de este libro
| 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... | |
| 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,... | |
| 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... | |
| 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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