## Trigonometry, Plane and Spherical: With the Construction and Application of Logarithms |

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Side 10

A ( or of C a B , ) may , it is

one CaB ( which is its Supplement ) , the Sines of both being exactly the same .

Having laid down the Method of resolving the different Cases of plane Triangles ,

by ...

A ( or of C a B , ) may , it is

**evident**, be either the acute Angle A , or the obtuseone CaB ( which is its Supplement ) , the Sines of both being exactly the same .

Having laid down the Method of resolving the different Cases of plane Triangles ,

by ...

Side 24

Because CH is perpendicular to the Plane of the Base ( or Paper ) , it is

that the Plane GHC will be perpendicular to the Plane of the Base , and likewise

perpendicular to the Diameter AL , because GC , being the Sine of AC , is ...

Because CH is perpendicular to the Plane of the Base ( or Paper ) , it is

**evident**,that the Plane GHC will be perpendicular to the Plane of the Base , and likewise

perpendicular to the Diameter AL , because GC , being the Sine of AC , is ...

Side 37

Hence it is

Properties of the Indices of Powers , is equally true in the Logarithms of Numbers

; since Logarithms are nothing more than the Indices of such Powers as agree in

Value ...

Hence it is

**evident**, that what has been above specified , in relation to theProperties of the Indices of Powers , is equally true in the Logarithms of Numbers

; since Logarithms are nothing more than the Indices of such Powers as agree in

Value ...

Side 38

But we must now observe , that there are various Forms or Species of Logarithms

; because it is

Properties of Indices , holds equally true in relation to any Equimultiples , or like

Parts ...

But we must now observe , that there are various Forms or Species of Logarithms

; because it is

**évident**that what has been hitherto said , in respect to theProperties of Indices , holds equally true in relation to any Equimultiples , or like

Parts ...

Side 39

With the Construction and Application of Logarithms Thomas Simpson. Number

of Terms , being indefinitely small in Comparison of n : It is also

may be rejected in all the rest of the Terms of the Series , because these Terms ...

With the Construction and Application of Logarithms Thomas Simpson. Number

of Terms , being indefinitely small in Comparison of n : It is also

**evident**, that theymay be rejected in all the rest of the Terms of the Series , because these Terms ...

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Side 1 - The circumference of every circle is supposed to be divided into 360 equal parts, called degrees; and each degree into 60 minutes, each minute into 60 seconds, and so on.

Side 3 - Canon, is a table showing the length of the sine, tangent, and secant, to every degree and minute of the quadrant, with respect to the radius, which is expressed by unity or 1, with any number of ciphers.

Side 6 - In every plane triangle, it will be, as the sum of any two sides is to their difference...

Side 41 - The sum of the logarithms of any two numbers is equal to the logarithm of their product. Therefore, the addition of logarithms corresponds to the multiplication of their numbers.

Side 13 - If the sine of the mean of three equidifferent arcs' dius being unity) be multiplied into twice the cosine of the common difference, and the sine of either extreme be deducted from the product, the remainder will be the sine of the other extreme. (B.) The sine of any arc above 60°, is equal to the sine of another arc as much below 60°, together with the sine of its excess above 60°. Remark. From this latter proposition, the sines below 60° being known, those of arcs above 60° are determinable...

Side 31 - ... is the tangent of half the vertical angle to the tangent of the angle which the perpendicular CD makes with the line CF, bisecting the vertical angle.

Side 73 - BD, is to their Difference ; fo is the Tangent of half the Sum of the Angles BDC and BCD, to the Tangent of half their Difference.

Side 28 - As the sum of the sines of two unequal arches is to their difference, so is the tangent of half the sum of those arches to the tangent of half their difference : and as the sum...

Side 68 - In any right lined triangle, having two unequal sides ; as the less of those sides is to the greater, so is radius to the tangent of an angle ; and as radius is to the tangent of the excess of...