Arithmetical trigonometry: being the solution of all the usual cases in plain trigonometry by common arithmetick, without any tables whatsoever. To which is added an easy, exact and speedy method for making the tables of natural sines, tangents and secants: as also the making of the tables of logarithms, and of the artificial sines, tangents and secants. With some useful tables in gunnery

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Printed for R. Mount, 1700 - Arithmetic - 212 pages
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