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

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Side 17

Note , If the fine of every 5th minute , only , be computed according to the

foregoing

thence , by barely taking the proportional parts of the differences , and that so

near as to give ...

Note , If the fine of every 5th minute , only , be computed according to the

foregoing

**method**, the fines of all the intermediate arches may be had fromthence , by barely taking the proportional parts of the differences , and that so

near as to give ...

Side 20

Again , as a second example , let it be required to find the lines of all the arches ,

to every minute , between 59 ° 15 ' and 60 ° 00 ' ; those of the two extremes being

first found , by the preceding

Again , as a second example , let it be required to find the lines of all the arches ,

to every minute , between 59 ° 15 ' and 60 ° 00 ' ; those of the two extremes being

first found , by the preceding

**method**.**method**. In this case , the two extremes ... Side 21

sum will be = 1,72543 , & c . and their difference = , 00661899 ; whereof the

former , multiplied by , 0000000423 ( see the rule ) gives , 00000007298 , & c .

**method**. In this case , the two extremes , being , 85940641 and , 86602540 , theirsum will be = 1,72543 , & c . and their difference = , 00661899 ; whereof the

former , multiplied by , 0000000423 ( see the rule ) gives , 00000007298 , & c .

Side 22

... the foregoing opera . tions are founded , depend upon principles too foreign

from the main design of this treatise , to be explained here ( even would room

permit ) ; however , as ' to the correctness and utility of the

venture ...

... the foregoing opera . tions are founded , depend upon principles too foreign

from the main design of this treatise , to be explained here ( even would room

permit ) ; however , as ' to the correctness and utility of the

**method**itself , I willventure ...

Side 49

But notwithstanding all these artifices and compendiums , a

that in page 18. ) for finding the logarithms of large numbers , one from another ,

by addition and subtraction , only , still seems wanting in the calculation of tables

; I ...

But notwithstanding all these artifices and compendiums , a

**method**( similar tothat in page 18. ) for finding the logarithms of large numbers , one from another ,

by addition and subtraction , only , still seems wanting in the calculation of tables

; I ...

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