## Elements of Surveying, and Navigation: With Descriptions of the Instruments and the Necessary Tables |

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Elements of Surveying, and Navigation: With Descriptions of the Instruments ... Charles Davies Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1867 |

Elements of surveying, and navigation: with descriptions of the instruments ... Charles Davies Uten tilgangsbegrensning - 1854 |

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axis azimuth back-sight base line called centre chords clamp-screw column comp compass contour lines Cosine Cotang course decimal degrees describe determined difference of latitude difference of level direction divided double meridian distance draw drawn east elongation error example feet figure fore-sight given angle given line given point ground half hence horizontal angle horizontal distance horizontal line horizontal plane inches instrument intersection latitude and departure length line of collimation logarithm longitude marked measure method miles multiplied needle object paper parallel PARALLEL SAILING passing perpendicular plane of reference plane sailing plane triangle plot protractor quotient radius right angles rods sailing scale of equal secant sides sights spherical excess spider's lines square chains staff stakes subtract surface survey Tang tangent telescope theodolite trigonometrical variation vernier plate yards

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Side 10 - The logarithm of the quotient of two numbers is equal to the logarithm of the dividend minus the logarithm of the divisor.

Side 38 - The circumference of every circle is supposed to be divided into 360 equal parts, called degrees...

Side 9 - The logarithm of a number is the exponent of the power to which it is necessary to raise a fixed number, in order to produce the first number.

Side 21 - ... 20. An EQUILATERAL polygon is one which has all its sides equal; an equiangular polygon, is one which has all its angles equal. 21. Two polygons are mutually equilateral, when they have their sides equal each to each, and placed in the same order : that is to say, when following their bounding lines in the same direction, the first side of the one is equal to the first side of the other, the second to the second, the third to the third, and so on. 22. Two polygons are mutually equiangular, when...

Side 16 - The difference of the logarithms, as here used, means the algebraic difference ; so that, if the logarithm of the divisor have a negative characteristic, its sign must be changed to positive, after diminishing it by the unit, if any, carried in the subtraction from the decimal part of the logarithm.

Side 131 - Soon after the organization of the present government, several of the states ceded to the United States large tracts of wild land, and these together with the lands since acquired by treaty and purchase, constitute what is called the public lands or public domain. Previous to the year 1802 these lands were parcelled out without reference to any general plan, in consequence of which the titles often conflicted with each other, and in many cases, several grants .covered the same premises. In the year...

Side 92 - Then, find the areas of the triangles separately, and their sum will be the area of the quadrilateral.

Side 39 - The tangent of an arc is the line which touches it at one extremity, and is limited by a line drawn through the other extremity and the centre of the circle. Thus, AC is the tangent of the arc AB.

Side 24 - B + 0, the product would be indicated thus; (A+D)x(A-B+C), whatever is enclosed within the curved lines, being considered as a single quantity. The same thing may also be indicated by a bar : thus, A+B+OXD, denotes that the sum of A, B and C, is to be multiplied by D.

Side 17 - The minutes in the left.hand column of each page, increasing downwards, belong to the degrees at the top ; and those increasing upwards, in the right.hand column, belong to the degrees below.