Tabulae Mathematicae: Or, Tables of the Natural Sines, Tangents, and Secants, and the Logarithms of the Sines and Tangents to Every Degree and Hundred Part of a Degree in the Quadrant: Their Common Radius Being 10000000. : With a Table of Logarithms of All Absolute Numbers Increasing by Natural Succession from an Unite to 10000. By Help Whereof, and the Table of the Proportional Part Thereunto Annexed, the Logarithms of All Numbers Under 100000 May Speedily be Found

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William Fisher, 1671 - Mathematics - 457 pages
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