# Tables of dual logarithms, dual numbers, and corresponding natural numbers, Volume 8

### Contents

 Section 1 3 Section 2 7 Section 3 8 Section 4 14 Section 5 15 Section 6 16 Section 7 18 Section 8 19
 Section 12 27 Section 13 29 Section 14 33 Section 15 34 Section 16 40 Section 17 40 Section 18 49 Section 19 79

 Section 9 21 Section 10 22 Section 11 23
 Section 20 38 Section 21 41

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Page 12 - Sensation of turning in the horizontal plane, either from the right to the left or from the left to the right.
Page 9 - ... from right to left (or from left to right, as the case may be), and the lower portion from left to right (or, as the case may be, from right to left).
Page 3 - WITH PROPORTIONAL PARTS OF DIFFERENCES FOR SINGLE DIGITS AND EIGHT PLACES OF DECIMALS.
Page 7 - Containing all the dual numbers of the ascending branch of Dual Arithmetic from ¿0,0,0,1 to ¿7,3,1,9, and their corresponding dual logarithms and natural numbers.
Page 7 - When all but the last digit of a dual number are zeros, we call the dual number a dual logarithm.