## Mathematical Tables: Difference of Latitude and Departure: Logarithms, from 1 to 10,000; and Artificial Sines, Tangents, and Secants |

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Page 92 - FROM 1 TO 10,000. Note. The index of the logarithm of every integer number consisting of only one figure is 0, of two figures 1, of three figures 2, of four figures 3; being always a unit less than the number of figures contained in the integer number. In this table, as is generally the case, the index to the logarithm of every number above 100 is omitted ; yet in the operation must be prefixed according to this remark; so the logarithm of 700 is 2,84510, and of 7000 is 3,84510, and so of the rest.

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