Lunar and Time Tables: Adapted to New, Short, and Accurate Methods for Finding the Longitude by Chronometers and Lunar Distances, [etc.].

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Author and published by] J. Imray, 1849
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Page 186 - That is, the sines of the sides of a spherical triangle are proportional to the sines of the opposite angles.
Page xv - ... exceeds 24 hours, take 24 hours from it, and the remainder will be the time at Greenwich past noon of the following day.
Page 193 - With my best wishes for your success, I remain, MY DEAR SIR, Yours very truly, ALEXANDER ANDERSON, LL.D.
Page 58 - ADD TOGETHER THE LOGARITHMS OF THE SECOND AND THIRD TERMS, AND FROM THEIR SUM SUBTRACT THE LOGARITHM OF THE FIRST...
Page 1 - The civil day, which is that used by the generality of mankind, begins at midnight, and ends at the midnight following : it is divided into two parts of 12 hours each ; the first...
Page 193 - A COLLECTION OF EXAMPLES Of the Applications of the Differential and Integral Calculus, By GEORGE PEACOCK, AMFRS &c.; And of the Applications of the Calculus of Finite Differences, By JFW HERSCHEL, AMFRS &c.
Page iii - I cannot adequately express, the letter which you did me the honour to address to me on the 22nd instant.
Page 1 - The civil day, which is that adopted for the usual purposes of business, begins at midnight, and ends at the midnight following ; it is divided into two parts of 12 hours each ; the first 12 are marked AM, signifying ante meridiem, ie before the meridian or noon; and the other 12 are marked PM, signifying post meridiem, ie after the meridian or noon.

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