# Tables of Logarithms

Taylor and Walton, 1839 - Logarithms - 215 pages

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Page iii - English works in the use of old numerals, which are formed with heads and tails, as in common handwriting. It is believed that such figures are...
Page v - Sines for every second of the first 9 minutes, and also for every tenth of a minute in the first degree. 2. A Table of Constants, mostly taken from that at the end of Mr.
Page iv - ... of the numbers from 1 to 10,000, calculated to five places of decimals, with a column of differences — -with this variation from Lalande, that the index or characteristic of the Logarithm is omitted as a worse than useless incumbrance; the decimal point, however, being retained before the mantissa (contrary to the usual practice), in order to make the distinction more marked between the column of Logarithms and that of numbers, The second part contains the Logarithms of the Trigonometrical...
Page v - Tables de Logarithmes pour les Nombres et pour les Sinus, avec les Explications, &c.
Page vi - ... Adriani Vlacci collectus, plurimis erroribus purgatus, in novum ordinem redactus, et prima post centesimam logarithmorum chiliade, partibus quibusdam proportionalibus differentiarum, logarithmis sinuum, cosinuum, tangentium et cotangentium pro primis ac postremis duobus quadrantis gradibus ad singula minuta secunda, formulis nonnullis trigonometricis, Wolframii denique Tabula logarithmorum naturalium locupletatus a Georgio Vega. 1794. Title-page and introduction in Latin and German.
Page vi - Trigonometria artificial; Adriani Vlacci collectus, plurimis erroribus purgatus, in novum ordinem redactus, et prima post centesimam logarithmorum chiliade, partibus quibusdam proportionalibus differentiarum, logarithmis sinuum, cosinuum, tangentium et cotangentium pro primis ac postremis duobus quadrantis gradibus ad singula minuta secunda, formulis nonnullis trigonometricis, Wolframii denique Tabula logarithmorum naturalium locupletatus a Georgio Vega.
Page iii - ... others which employ a larger type, but in which distinctness of form is sacrificed to uniformity of size. The following comparison of the numerals employed in this work with others, such as are commonly used, will, we think, speak for itself on the points alluded to.