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" IT is well known, that the longitude of any place is an arch, of the equator, intercepted between the firft meridian and the meridian of that place ; and that this arch is proportional to the quantity of time that the fun requires to move from the one... "
A Compleat Treatise of Practical Navigation Demonstrated from It's First ... - Page 71
de Archibald Patoun - 1734 - 414 pages
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A System of the Mathematics: Containing the Euclidean Geometry ..., Volume 2

James Hodgson - 1723
...Altitude, becaufe they ihew how far the Sun, Moon or Stars are afcended above the Horiwn. д гг. Longitude of any Place upon the Earth, is an Arch of the £quinetfial, intercepted between the firft Meridian, and the Meridian paffing thro* the Place propofed....
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The Description and Use of the Globes, and the Orrery: To which is Prefixed ...

Joseph Harris - 1732 - 190 pages
...different Sides of the Equator, the two Latitudes added, gives the difference of Latitude. . 3- xhe Longitude of any Place (upon the Earth) is an Arch of the Equator, contained betwixt the Meridian of the given Place, and fome fixed or known Meridian : or, it is equal...
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A Compleat System of Astronomy ...

Charles Leadbetter - 1742
...Star's Place ; and this may be either Heliocentric, or Geocentric ; which fee. Longitude in Geography, is an Arch of the Equator, intercepted between the firft Meridian and the Meridian of the Place ; 'tis the difference either Eaft or Weft between the Meridians of any two Places counted...
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The Monthly Review Or Literary Journal

Several Hands - 1765
...we had promifed what we never intended to perform. It is well known that the longitude of any place is an arch of the equator, intercepted between the firft meridian and the meridian of that place ; and that this arch is proportional to the quantity of time that the fun requires to...
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Annual Register, Volume 8

Edmund Burke - 1766
...from others that have not as yet teen publifoed* IT is well known, that the longitude of any place is an arch, of the equator, intercepted between the firft meridian and the meridian of that place ; and that this arch is proportional to the quantity of time that the fun requires to...
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The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for ...

Edmund Burke - 1793
...from ethers that have not as yet been publißed. IT is well known, that the Ion. gitude of any place is an arch of the equator, intercepted between the firft meridian and the meridian of that place ; and that this arch is proportional to the quantity of time that the fun re. quires...
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A Complete System of Practical Arithmetic, with Various Branches in the ...

William Taylor - 1800 - 519 pages
...are on different fides of the equator, the two latitudes added gives the difference of latitude. 3. The Longitude of any place upon the earth is an arch of the equator, contained betwixt the meridian of the given place, and fome fixed or known meridian ; or it is equal...
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