| Olinthus Gregory - 1816 - 244 páginas
...work the proportions in trigonometry by means of the logarithms, taking the logarithm of the Jtrst **term from the sum of the logarithms of the second and third,** to obtain the logarithm of the fourth term. Or, adding the arithmetical complement of' the logarithm... | |
| John Farrar - 1822 - 153 páginas
...feet 2,30103 so is sin A bc 47° 30' 9,86763 • 12,16866 9,82968 to the height Ac = 21 8, 26 2,33808 **We have here subtracted the logarithm of the first...to the two others ; thus, 0,17032 2,30103 9,86763** 2,33898 the same as before. t Of the manner of measuring the necessary angles and sides and of the... | |
| John Farrar - 1822 - 153 páginas
.... . ., 2,30103 so is sin Ab c 47° 30' 9,86763 12,16866 9,82968 to the height Ac = 21 8, 26 2,33808 **We have here subtracted the logarithm of the first...first logarithm and add it to the two others ; thus,** 0,17082 2,30103 9,86763 2,33898 the same as before. t Of the manner of measuring the necessary angles... | |
| John Farrar - 1833 - 155 páginas
.... 9,82968 is to bc = 200 feet 2,30103 so is sin A bc . . 47° 30' . . ' . 9,86763 12,16866 9,82968 **to the height Ac — 218,26 . . . . 2,33898 We have...shorter way would be to take the arithmetical complement** (Alg. 248) of the first logarithm and add it to the two others; thus, 0,17032 2,30103 9,86763 2,33898... | |
| Olinthus Gregory - 1834 - 427 páginas
...though not always, best to work the proportions in trigonometry by means of the logarithms, taking **the logarithm of the first term from the sum of the logarithms of the second and third,** to obtain the logarithm of the fourth term. Or, adding the arithmetical complement of the logarithm... | |
| Thomas Spofford - 1835 - 72 páginas
...the given side, the second term ; and tho sine of the angle opposite the required side, is the third **term : from the sum of the logarithms of the second and third** terms, subtract the logarithm of the first term ; the remainder is tho logarithm of the length of the... | |
| Adrien Marie Legendre - 1836 - 359 páginas
...terms, diminished by the logarithm of the first term. . . . ; •*•i Instead, however, of subtracting **the logarithm of the first term from the sum of the logarithms of the second and third** terms, it is more convenient to use the arithmetical complement of the first term. ST The arithmetical... | |
| W. H. Crank - 1843 - 316 páginas
...numbers. RULE. — Add together the logarithms of the second and third terms, subtract the logarithms **of the first term from the sum of the logarithms of the second and third** terms ; then find the natural number answering to the resulting logarithm ; and it will be the fourth... | |
| Charles Davies - 1849 - 359 páginas
...0.725313: hem.e. 0.725313 is the arithmetical complement <it U.vJ' KPS". Instead, however, of subtracting **the logarithm of the first term from the sum of the logarithms of the second and third** terms, it is more convenient to use the arithmetical complement of th| first term. It is now to be... | |
| Alexander Ingram - 1851
...12-383543 Radius 10-000000 CB 241-85 log. 2-383543 AB 215-6 log. 2-333659 NOTE. Instead of subtracting **the logarithm of the first term from the sum of the logarithms of the second and third,** it is preferable to take the arithmetical complement of the first and add the three together. 2. Given... | |
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