... 54 60884, The singularity of these results excites a suspicion of some incorrectness in the observations themselves, or in the method of calculating from them. The author has not informed us in his Memoir, what were the formulae which he employed... Dissertations and Letters - Página 8editado por - 1815 - 101 páginasVista completa - Acerca de este libro
| 1812
...us in his Memoir, what were the formulae which he employed in the computations of the meridian ; but **one sees, by the arrangement of his materials, that...total arc, and will have very little effect on the** magnitude of each degree. It is therefore a more probable supposition, that, if any errors exist, they... | |
| Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1814
...us in his memoir, what were the formulz which he employed in the computations of the meridian ; but **one sees by the arrangement of his materials, that...convergence of the meridians; and although this method** ia not rigorously exact, it can make but a very few fathoms more in the total arc, and will have very... | |
| 1813
...us in his memoir, what were the formulae which he employed in the computations of the meridian; but **one sees, by the arrangement of his materials, that...total arc, and will have very little effect on the** magnitude of each degree. It is therefore a more probable supposition, that, if any errors exist, they... | |
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