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" If the curiosity of any gentleman that has leisure Would prompt him to undertake to do the logarithms of all prime numbers under 100,000 to 25 or 30 figures, I dare assure him that the facility of this method will invite him thereto; -nor can anything... "
Sherwin's Mathematical Tables: Contriv'd After a Most Comprehensive Method ... - Page 14
by Henry Sherwin - 1761 - 110 pages
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Mathematical Tables: Contrived After a Most Comprehensive Method: Viz, a ...

Henry Sherwin - Logarithms - 1706 - 103 pages
...undertake to do the Logarithms of all Prime Numbers under 100000 to 25 or 30 Figures, I dare ailure hint that the Facility of this Method will invite him thereto ^ nor can any thing more eafic be defired. And to encourage him, I here give the Logarithms of the firit Prime Numbers, under...
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Miscellanea Curiosa: Being a Collection of Some of the Principal ..., Volume 2

Edmond Halley - Science - 1706 - 359 pages
...afTure him, that the facility of this Method willinvite him thereto ; nor can any thing more eafie be defired. And to encourage him, I here give the Logarithms of the firfl Prime Numbers under 20 to 5o places, computed by the accurate Pen of Mr. Abraham Sharp, (from...
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Miscellanea Curiosa: Containing a Collection of Some of the ..., Volume 2

Edmond Halley - Science - 1708
...afliire him, that the facility of this Method will invite him thereto j. nor can any thing more eafie be defired. And to encourage him, I here give the Logarithms of the firft Prime Numbers under 20 'to 60 places, computed by the accurate Pen of Mr. Abmha,,n Shafp^ (from whofe Induftry and Capacity the...
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Mathematical Tables, Contrived After a Most Comprehensive Method ...

Henry Sherwin - Logarithms - 1726 - 103 pages
...the Pacility of this Meclxxi will invite him thereto \ źor can any thing more eafy be defircd. Afld to encourage him, I here give the Logarithms of the firft Prime Numbers^ under 20, to fixty places, computed by the accurate Pen of Mr Abraham Sharp, (from wh÷fe ´nduftry and Capacity...
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Sherwin's Mathematical Tables: Contriv'd After a Most Comprehensive Method ...

Henry Sherwin - Logarithms - 1742 - 110 pages
...undertake to do the Logarithms of all prime Numbers under loooco to 25 or 30 figures, I dare aflurc him that the facility of this method will invite him thereto; nor can any thing more eafy be defir'd. And to encourage him, I here give fire the Logarithms of the firft prime Numbers, under 20,...
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Scriptores Logarithmici; Or, A Collection of Several Curious Tracts on the ...

Francis Maseres - Logarithms - 1791
...undertake to do the logarithms of all prune numbers under 100000 to 25 or 30 figures, I dare afÝure him, that the facility of this method will invite...logarithms of the firft prime numbers under 20 to 60 places, computed by the accurate pen of Mr. Abraham Sharp (from whofe induftry and capacity the...
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The Gallery of Portraits: with Memoirs ...

Biography - 1833
...undertake to do the logarithms of all prime numbers under 100,000 to 25 or 30 figures, I dare assure him that the facility of this method will invite him thereto ; nor can anything more easy be desired. And to encourage him, I here give the logarithms of the first prime...
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The Elements of Algebra Preliminary to the Differential Calculus: And Fit ...

Augustus De Morgan - Algebra - 1837 - 248 pages
...all prime numbers under a hundred thousand to twenty-five or thirty places of figures, I dare assure him that the facility of this method will invite him thereto; nor can any thing more easy be desired." Without insisting upon any thing that would take up so much of a gentleman's leisure...
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The Elements of Algebra Preliminary to the Differential Calculus: And Fit ...

Augustus De Morgan - Algebra - 1837 - 248 pages
...all prime numbers under a hundred thousand to twenty-five or thirty places of figures, I dare assure him that the facility of this method will invite him thereto ; nor can any thing more easy be desired." Without insisting upon any thing that would take up so much of a gentleman's leisure...
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Distinguished Men of Modern Times ...: Lord Somers to Hunter

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Biography - 1838
...undertake to do the logarithms of all prime numbers under 100,000 to 25 or 30 figures, I dare assure him that the facility of this method will invite him thereto; -nor can anything more easy be desired. And to encourage him, I here give the logarithms of the first prime...
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