| 1845
...log. of 4 =0-602060 Hence log. of "/, or 23-25 =1-366423. 17- To find the natural number answering **to any given logarithm. Look for the decimal part of the given logarithm in the** different columns, until you find either it exactly, or the next less. Then in a line with the logarithm... | |
| 1845
...the log. of 378-5 is 2-578066, and that of -7854 is— 1-895091. 3. To find the number indicated by a **given logarithm. Look for the decimal part of the given logarithm in the** different columns, and if it cannot be found exactly, take the next less. Then under N in the left-hand... | |
| 1847 - 178 pages
...the log- of 378-5 is 2-578066, and that of -7854 is — 1-8950913 Tojind the number indicated by a **given logarithm Look for the decimal part of the given logarithm in the** different columns, and if it cannot be found exactly, take the next less- Then under N in the left-hand... | |
| Thomas Kelt - 1849 - 403 pages
...log. of 378-5 is 2-57806(5, and that of -7654 is — 1-895091. 3. To find the number indicated by a **given logarithm Look for the decimal part of the given logarithm in the** different columns, and if it cannot be found exactly, take the next less. Then under N in the left-hand... | |
| William Templeton (engineer.) - 1855
...of 378-5 is 2-578066, and that of -7854 is —1-895091. 3. To find the number indicated ly a yiven **logarithm. Look for the decimal part of the given logarithm in the** different columns, and if it cannot be found exactly, take the next less. Then under N in the left-hand... | |
| Charles Haslett - 1855
...log. of 378-5 is 2-578066, and that of -7854 is — 1-895091. I 3. To find the number indicated by a **given logarithm. Look for the decimal part of the given logarithm in the** different columns, and if it cannot be found exactly, take the next less. Then under Js in the left-hand... | |
| charles haslett - 1856
...log! of 378-5 is 2'578066, and that of -7854 is — 1-895091. 3. To find the mimber indicated by a **given logarithm. Look for the decimal part of the given logarithm in the** different columns, and if it cannot be found exactly, take the next less. Then under N in the left-hand... | |
| John Frost - 1855 - 403 pages
...log. of 378-5 is 2-578066, and that of -7854 is — 1-895091. 3. To find ifrjt number indicated by a **given logarithm Look for the decimal part of the given logarithm in the** different columns, and if it cannot be found exactly, take the next less. Then under N in the left-hand... | |
| Timothy Augustine Lyons - 1903
...it, and subtract this number from 9 : the remainder is the index. " " To find the natural number of a **given logarithm. Look for the decimal part of the given logarithm in the** body of the table, and take out the number from the side column and top. To place the decimal point,... | |
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