Nevertheless, the results deduced by the author, from this measure alone, would lead to the supposition that the earth, instead of being flattened at the poles, is in fact more elevated at that part than at the equator, or at least, that its surface is... Dissertations and Letters - Página 35editado por - 1815 - 101 páginasVista completa - Acerca de este libro
| 1812
...does not amount to so much as three degrees. Nevertheless, the results deduced by the author, from **this measure alone, would lead to the supposition...at the poles, is in fact more elevated at that part** than at the equator, or at least, that its surface is not that of a regular solid. For the measures... | |
| Ralph Griffiths, George Edward Griffiths - 1814
...•-•i. amount to so much as three degrees. i Nevertheless, the results deduced by the author from **this measure alone, would lead to the supposition...at the poles, is in fact more elevated at that part** than at the equator, or at least that its surface is not that of a regular -solid. For the measures... | |
| 1815
...degree of exactness which can hardly be exceeded. Nevertheless the results deduced by the author, from **this measure alone, would lead to the supposition...the poles, is, in fact, more elevated at that part** than at the equator ; or, at least, that its surface is not that of a regular solid. For the measures... | |
| 1813
...does not amount to so much as three degrees. Nevertheless, the results deduced by the author, from **this measure alone, would lead to the supposition that the earth, instead of being flattened at the** po|es, is in fact more elevated at that part than at the equator, or at least that its surface is not... | |
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