## A Treatise on Elementary TrigonometryMacmillan & Company, 1885 - 274 sider |

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**observed**measurement . For instance , our calculation being correct as far as the whole numbers are concerned we should gain nothing by using 1-4142 instead of 1.414 for 2. This would give us the answer 1260.0 instead of 1259.8 ; the ... Side 26

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**observation**would be subdivided accord- ingly , and any**observed**angle would be recorded as contain- ing so many grades + so many minutes + so many seconds . Grades , minutes and seconds are indicated respectively by the 26 TRIGONOMETRY . Side 27

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**observed**that this method is simply that of the decimal system of notation . The above angle for example = + 10000 + ...**observe**that the first and second decimal places are occupied by the grades , the third and fourth decimal ... Side 30

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**observations**, which would have to be transferred from the old system to the new , before the advantages of the decimal system could be felt . Thus the decimal system of angular measurement has never been used even in France , and in ... Side 44

... base perpendicular will be found to be of great importance in treating of any angle ROE . Accordingly to each of these six ratios has been given a separate name ( Art . 75 ) . 74. The student should

... base perpendicular will be found to be of great importance in treating of any angle ROE . Accordingly to each of these six ratios has been given a separate name ( Art . 75 ) . 74. The student should

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algebraical angle of elevation angle ROP ARITHMETIC Assistant-Master base BOOK Cambridge centre circle circular measure circumference Clifton College common logarithms cos² cos³ cosec cosine Crown 8vo decimal diameter Draw PM Edited by Rev ELEMENTARY TREATISE English equal equation Eton College Example Express Extra fcap feet Fellow of St Fellow of Trinity Find the angle Find the number formulæ fraction GEOMETRY Globe 8vo grades GRAMMAR Greek Hence HISTORY hypotenuse inscribed Introduction and Notes J. P. MAHAFFY John's College late Fellow LATIN length LL.D logarithms magnitude Mathematics miles negative numerous Illustrations observed Owens College Oxford perimeter perpendicular positive PRIMER Professor prove Quadrant radians radius regular polygon revolving line right angle School sides significant figures sin² sin³ sine student subtends tangent tower triangle ABC Trigonometrical Ratios Trinity College University yards

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