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Author Little, James.

Title An explanation of the nature and properties of logarithms : common, trigonometrical and logistical deduced from the principles of vulgar numeral arithmetic; in which the grounds of the differetial method and series, and of the binomial theorem ... and the nature and application of figurative numbers as coefficients adapted to that purpose are minutely explained ... also, the construction and properties of Gunter's logarithmic scales. To which is added an appendix containing remarks on the treatise on the measurement of ratios by Mr. Maguire; and an explanation of the method of constructing logarithms by series by Doctor Halley / delivered in the form of lectures by James Little.

Published Dublin : Printed by R. Graisberry, 1830.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail SpC/BX  513.22 LITT    NOT FOR LOAN
Physical description 254 p. ; 22 cm.
Notes SpC/BX copy has bookplate of D. Dyason.
Other author Halley, Dr.
Maguire, Mr.
Subject Logarithms.
Local author Dyason, Diana J. Former owner.
Local series Diana Dyason collection