| Henry Sherwin, Henry Briggs, John Wallis, Edmond Halley, Abraham Sharp - Logarithms - 1706 - 130 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... | |
| Henry Sherwin - 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,... | |
| William Gardiner - Logarithms - 1742 - 110 pages
...undertake to do the Logarithms of all prime Numbers under looooo to 25 or 30 figures, I dare allure **him that the facility of this method will invite him thereto } nor can any thing more** eafy be dciir'd. And to encourage him, I here give the Logarithms of the firft prime Numbers, under... | |
| Francis Maseres - Logarithms - 1791
...undertake to do the logarithms of all prune numbers under 100000 to 25 or 30 figures, I dare afíure **him, that the facility of this method will invite him thereto ; nor can any thing more** eafy be defired. And, to encourage him, I here give the logarithms of the firft prime numbers under... | |
| Arthur Thomas Malkin - Biography - 1833
...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 more easy be desired. And to encourage him, I here give the logarithms of the first prime... | |
| Arthur Thomas Malkin - Biography - 1833
...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 more easy be desired. And to encourage him, I here give the logarithms of the first prime... | |
| Augustus De Morgan - Algebra - 1837 - 256 pages
...log 3 + log 2 log 3 = log 2 + a given series log 7 = log 6 + a given series log 4 = 2 log 2 log 8 = **3 log 2 log 5 = log 4 + a given series log 9 = 2 log...that . &c. which is, as we now see, the same thing as** log z = — Iog2m and in it we also find further elucidation of the equation, limit of 2^1 = z - l... | |
| Henry Malden - 1838
...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 more easy be desired. And to encourage him, I here give the logarithms of the first prime... | |
| Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - Biography - 1838
...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 more easy be desired. And to encourage him, I here give the logarithms of the first prime... | |
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