What was the perpendicular height of a balloon, when its angles of elevation were 35° and 64°, as taken by two observers on the same level, at the same time, both on the same side of it, and in the same vertical plane ; the distance between the two... Elements of Trigonometry: Plane and Spherical - Side 64av Edward Olney - 1877 - 201 siderUten tilgangsbegrensning - Om denne boken
| John Bonnycastle - 1806 - 419 sider
...a cloud, or other object, when its angles of elevation, as taken by two observers at the same time, **on the same side of it, and in the same vertical plane,** were 64° and 35° ; their distance asunder being half a mile, or 880 yards. As sin AB C - - -^ AD... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1807
...cloud, or of a balloon, when its angles of elevation were 35° and 64°, as taken by two observers, **at the same time, both on the same side of it, and in the same vertical plane ; the distance between** them being half a mile or 880 yards. And what was its distance from the said two observers ? Construction... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1811
...cloud, or of a balloon, when its angles of elevation were 35° and 64°, as taken by two observers, **at the same time, both on the same side of it, and in the same vertical plane ; the distance between** them being half a mile or 880 yards. And what was its distance fronl the said two observers ? Construction.... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1822
...cloud, or of a balloon, when its angles of elevnlion were 35° and 64°, as taken by two observers, **at the same time, both on the same side of it, and in the same** verticle > ! me ; the distance between them being half a mile or 880 yards. And what was its distance... | |
| John Farrar - 1822 - 153 sider
...a cloud or other object, when its angles of elevation, as taken by two observers at the same time, **on the same side of it, and in the same vertical plane,** were 64° and 35°, their distance apart being half a mile, or 880 yards. It is evident from figure... | |
| John Farrar - 1822 - 153 sider
...a cloud or other object, when its angles of elevation, as taken by two observers at the same time, **on the same side of it, and in the same vertical plane,** were 64° and 35°, their distance apart being half a mile, or 880 yards. It is evident from figure... | |
| Charles Hutton - 1825
...cloud, or of a balloon, when its angles of elevation were 35° and 04°, as taken by two observers, **at the same time, both on the same side of it, and in the same** verticle plane ; the distance between them being half a mile or 880 yards. And what was its distance... | |
| John Farrar - 1833 - 155 sider
...a cloud or other object, when its angles of elevation, as taken by two observers at the same time, **on the same side of it, and in the same vertical plane,** were 64° and 35°, their distance apart being half a mile, or 880 yards. It is evident from figure... | |
| John Farrar - 1833 - 155 sider
...a cloud or other object, when its angles of elevation, as taken by two observers at the same time, **on the same side of it, and in the same vertical plane,** were 64° and 35°, their distance apart being half a mile, or 880 yards. It is evident from figure... | |
| OLIVER BYRNE - 1852
...cloud, or of a balloon, when its angles of elevation were 35° and 64°, as taken by two observers, **at the same time, both on the same side of it, and in the same vertical plane** ; their distance, as under, being half a mile, or 880 yards. And what was its distance from the said... | |
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