| Samuel Heynes - Electronic books - 1701 - 8 pages
...of Chords, or hy an ¿гаЬшíиЬ Calculation (if fuppofmg the Radiu>í divided into any Numher **of equal Parts, we know how many of thofe equal Parts are in the Sine, Tangent or Secant of any** Arch propos'd) the Art of inferring which is call'd Tngoxmetty, and iseither Plane or Spha:rical. Тie... | |
| John Harris - Geometry - 1706 - 253 pages
...maybe equiangular,and yet have the Sides by no means of the fame length. ) We can find the reft, I (ay, **if fuppofing the Radius divided into any Number of equal parts, we** can but difcover how many offuch parts any Sine, Tangent, or Secant of any Ark or Angle doth contain.... | |
| Samuel Heynes - Trigonometry - 1716 - 132 pages
...either Mecb&micitttyby tthe help of a Scale of equal Parts and Line of Chords, or by an Aritkmetick **Calculation (if fuppofing the Radius divided into any Number of equal ' Parts we know how many of** thole equal Parts are in the Sine, Tangent, or Secant of any Arch propos'd) (the Art of interring which... | |
| Samuel Heynes - Trigonometry - 1725 - 132 pages
...Scale of equal Parts and Line of Chords, or by an Arttbmetick Calculation (if fuppofing the'Radius **divided into any Number of equal Parts we know how many of thofe equal Parts are in the** Si' .-, Tangent, or Secant ef any Ajch propos'd) tke Art of inferring which is call'd Trigonometry,... | |
| John Ward - Mathematics - 1747 - 480 pages
...either Mechanically, by the help of a Scale of equal Parts and Line of Chords, or •by an Arithmetical **Calculation, if, fuppofing the Radius divided into...equal Parts are in the Sine, Tangent, or Secant of any** Arch propos'd: The Art of inferring which is called Trigonometry, and it is either Plane or Spherical.... | |
| John Ward (of Chester.) - Mathematics - 1747 - 480 pages
...either Mechanically, by the help of a Scale of equal Parts and Line of Chords, or by an Arithmetical **Calculation, if, fuppofing the Radius divided into...know how many of thofe equal Parts are in the Sine,** Tancent, or Secant of any Arch propos'd : The Art of inferring which is called Trigonometry, and it... | |
| John Ward - Mathematics - 1771 - 480 pages
...help of a Scale of equal Parts and Line of Chords, or by an Arithmetical Calculation, if, fuppofmg **the Radius divided into any Number of equal Parts, we know how many of** thofc equal Parts are in the Sine, Tangent, or Secant of any Arch pro-4 pos'd : The Art of inferring... | |
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