## Elements of Plane and Spherical Trigonometry with Logarithmic and Other Mathematical Tables and Examples of Their Use and Hints on the Art of Computation, Volume 2 |

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9 Prop accuracy added algebraic sign Amount at end angles corresponding arithmetical complement c. d. L cent co-log column COMMON LOGARITHMS complementary angle compound interest computation corresponding number cosine cotangent Cotg decimal fraction decimal point Entering the table equal equation Example Exerc1ses fifth find log find the logarithm find the number find the sine five places four figures give log given logarithm given number half a unit increase last figure less than 9 log cot log sec log sine loga logarithms of numbers mantissa minuend natural number number corresponding order of differences places of decimals present value quantities quotient rate of interest result rithms second differences sidereal sine N sine or tangent sinelN sixth figure Stirling's formula subtracted logarithm suppose table of logarithms Tang tenths of minutes trigonometric functions unity write xo xo xo