| Elias Loomis - 1846 - 346 sider
...member, we have a; log. x = log. a. Find now, by trial, two numbers nearly equai to the value of x, **and substitute them in the given equation instead of the unknown quantity.** Then say, jls the difference of these results, Is to the difference of the two assumed numbers, So... | |
| Elias Loomis - 1846 - 346 sider
...member, we have x log. x = log. a. Find now, by trial, two numbers nearly equai to the value of x, **and substitute them in the given equation instead of the unknown quantity.** Then say, ¿Is the difference of these results, Is to the difference of the two assumed numbers. So... | |
| John Bonnycastle - 1848
...been brought to its usual form.* Rule. Find, by trial, two numbers nearly equal to the root required, **and substitute them in the given equation instead...and either of the former, to the correction of the** number belonging to the result used ; which correction being added to that number when it is too little,... | |
| John Bonnycastle - 1851
...numbers, and proceed with them separately, according to the conditions of the question, noting the results **obtained from each. Then, as the difference of these results is to the difference of the** supposed numbers, so is the difference between the true result and either of the former, to the correction... | |
| JAMES RYAN - 1851
...RULE.—Find, by trial, as in the rule before laid down, two numbers as near the number sought as possible, **and substitute them in the given equation instead of the unknown quantity, noting the results** obtained from each. X log. X = log. <2, And if the number thus determined, and the nearest of the two... | |
| Frederick Overman - 1851 - 444 sider
...error," given in Gregory's Mathematics. Find, by trial, two numbers as near the true root as possible, **and substitute them in the given equation instead of the unknown quantity,** marking the errors which arise from them. Multiply the difference of the two numbers, found by trial,... | |
| Benjamin Greenleaf - 1852 - 336 sider
...true value of x as possible, and substitute them for x separately. Then say, As the difference of the **results is to the difference of the two assumed numbers, so is the difference** of the true result and either of the former, to the difference of the true number and the supposed... | |
| Joseph Ray - 1852 - 396 sider
...them for a: in the given equation, and note the results. Then, As the difference of the errors ; t **Is to the difference of the two assumed numbers ; So is the** error of either result ; To the correction to be applied to the corresponding assumed number. Ex. 1... | |
| Benjamin Greenleaf - 1854 - 360 sider
...true value of x as possible, and substitute them for x separately. Then say, As the difference of the **results is to the difference of the two assumed numbers, so is** tlie difference of the true result, and either of the former, to the difference of the true number... | |
| Elias Loomis - 1855 - 316 sider
...numbers nearly equal to the value of x, and substitute them for x in the given equation. Then say, **As the difference of these results, Is to the difference of the two assumed numbers, So is the** error of either result, To the correction required in the corresponding assumed number. Ex. 1. Given... | |
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