| 1845
...and decimals, the index is determined by the integer part, without having any regard to the other. **1. To find the logarithm of any whole number under 100. Look for the number under N in the** first page of any Logarithmic Table ; then immediately on the right of it is the logarithm required,... | |
| 1845
...2-176091, where the ( — ) applies only to the index, not to the mantissa, it being always ( + ). 12. **To find the logarithm of any whole number under 100. Look for the number under N, in the** first page of the logarithms, then immediately on the right of it is the logarithm sought, with its... | |
| charles haslett - 1856
...and decimals, the index is determined by the integer part, without having any regard to the other. **1. To find the logarithm of any whole number under 100. Look for the number under N in the** first page of any Logarithmic j Table ; then immediately on the right of it is the logarithm ! required,... | |
| John Frost - 1855 - 403 pages
...and decimals, the index is determined by the integer part, without having any regard to the other. **1. To find the logarithm of any whole number under 100. Look for the number under N in the** first page of any Logarithmic Table ; then immediately on the right of it is the logarithm required,... | |
| Charles Haslett - 1859 - 517 pages
...determined by the integer part, without having any regard to the other. 1. To find the logarithm of omif **whole number under 100. Look for the number under N in the** first page of any Logarithmic ' Table; then immediately on the right of "it is the logarithm required,... | |
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