These two pages give the common logarithms of numbers between 1 and 10, correct to four places. Moving the decimal point n places to the right (or left) in the number is equivalent to adding n (or -n) to the logarithm. Thus, log 0.01.7453 = 0.2419 - 2... A Treatise on Hydraulics - Page 494by Hector James Hughes, Arthur Truman Safford - 1911 - 505 pagesFull view - About this book
| Logarithms - 1910 - 20 pages
...three Unes.) These two pages give the common logarithms of " rad x " for angles x between 1° and 10°. **Moving the decimal point n places to the right (or left) in the** angle is equivalent to adding n (or —n) to the logarithm. Thus, log rad 0°.0002778 = 2.685« —... | |
| Edward Vermilye Huntington - Logarithms - 1908 - 32 pages
...10=2.3025851 loge *=(2.3026)logIO x (31) log,0 e=0.43429448 log« z=(0.4343)loge x Moving the decimal point k **places to the right (or left) in the number is equivalent to adding** fe times 2.30269 (or — k times 2.30259) to the logarithm. k loge(№) 5 6 7 11.51293 13.81551 16.11810... | |
| Edward Vermilye Huntington - Logarithms - 1908 - 32 pages
...lines.) (Q)0.© These two pages give the common logarithms of " rad x " for angles x between 1° and 10*. **Moving the decimal point n places to the right (or left) in the** angle Is equivalent to adding n (or — n) to the logarithm. Thus, log rad 0°.0002778 = 2.685« —... | |
| Edward Vermilye Huntington, Louis Albert Fischer - Engineering - 1916 - 186 pages
...merely shifting the decimal point (see p. 90) ; and that according to the rule at the foot of the table, **moving the decimal point n places to the right [or left] in the** number-column is equivalent to adding n [or — n] to the logarithm in the body of the table. For example,... | |
| Edward Vermilye Huntington, Louis Albert Fischer - Engineering - 1918 - 190 pages
...merely shifting the decimal point (see p. 90) ; and that according to the rule at the foot of the table, **moving the decimal point n places to the right [or left] in the** number-column is equivalent to adding n [or —n] to the logarithm in the body of the table. For example,... | |
| ARTHUR SULLIVAN GALE, CHARLES WILLIAM WATKEYS - 1920
...in the number with reference to the position immediately following the first significant digit. 4. **Moving the decimal point n places to the right (or left) in the number is equivalent to** increasing (or diminishing) the logarithm by n. To find the logarithm of a number outside the range... | |
| Frank Ward Sterling - Marine engineering - 1920 - 1486 pages
...TORUF.T Definitions 27 Units '. 27 Kinematics 29 Statics 32 Kinetics 38 COMMON LOGARITHMS (>pecial table) **Moving the decimal point n places to the right [or left] in the number** requires adding + [or — n] in the body of the table (see p. 4). p 0 1 a 1 4 • • T • 9 Sffi... | |
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