| Thomas Sopwith - 1834 - 239 sider
...easily and more exactly than a straight or any other line?, though even then many difficulties occur. " **Let no one consider these reflections as the effect...exactness, or as an unnecessary aim at precision;** Tor as the foundation of all our knowledge in . geography, navigation, and astronomy, is built on observation,... | |
| Thomas Sopwith - 1838 - 224 sider
...easily and more exactly than a straight or any other line, though even then many difficulties occur. " **Let no one consider these reflections as the effect of too scrupulous exactness, or** an unnecessary aim at precision ; for as the foundation of all our knowledge in geography, navigation,... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1849 - 183 sider
...line, though even then many difficulties occur, when the circle is required to be of a large radius. " **And let no one consider these reflections as the effect...geography, navigation, and astronomy, is built on** observations, * See protractor, page 35. f Euc. bk. 1, def. 10. Peacock's Algebra, 1st edition, art.... | |
| Sir Henry Edward Landor Thuillier - 1851 - 718 sider
...line, though even then many difficulties occur, when the circle is required to be of a large radius. " **And let no one consider these reflections as the effect...geography, navigation, and astronomy, is built on** observations, and all observations are made with instruments, it follows that the truth of the observations,... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1851 - 174 sider
...line, though even then many difficulties occur, when the circle is required to be of a large radius. " **And let no one consider these reflections as the effect...unnecessary aim at precision ; for, as the foundation of** * Kuc. bk. i. de£ 10. Peacock's Algebra, 1st edition, art, 532. p. 429. all our knowledge in geography,... | |
| Lucius D. Gould - 1853 - 136 sider
...line, though even then many difficulties occur, when the circle is required to be of a large radius. **"And let no one consider these reflections as the...geography, navigation, and astronomy, is built on** observations, and all observations are made with instruments, it follows that the truth of the observations... | |
| Lucius D. Gould - 1857
...though even then many difficulties occur, when the circle is required to be of a large radius. “ **And let no one consider these reflections as the effect...geography, navigation, and astronomy, is built on** observations, and all observations are made with instruments, it follows that the truth of the observations... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1859 - 170 sider
...line, though even then many difficulties occur, when the circle is required to be of a large radius. " **And let no one consider these reflections as the effect...unnecessary aim at precision ; for, as the foundation of** * Euc. bk. i. def. 10. Peacock's Algebra, 1st edition, art. 532. p. 429. all our knowledge in geography,... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1866 - 185 sider
...line, though even then many difficulties occur, when the circle is required to be of a large radius. " **And let no one consider these reflections as the effect...unnecessary aim at precision ; for, as the foundation of** • Enc. bk. i. def. 10. Peacock's Algebra, 1st edition, art. 532. p. 429. all our knowledge in geography,... | |
| John Fry Heather - 1884
...line, though even then many difficulties occur, when the circle is required to be of a large radius. **"And let no one consider these reflections as the...geography, navigation, and astronomy, is built on** observations, and all observations are made with instruments, it follows that the truth of the observations,... | |
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