| John Keill - 1723 - 364 pages
...Let z be an odd Number, whpfe Logarithm is fought ; then fhall the Numbers z — i anas-!- i be even **even, and accordingly their Logarithms, and the Difference...Therefore , alfo the Logarithm of a Number, which is a** Geometrical Mean between z — i and z -j- i will be given, viz. equal to the half Sum of the Logarithms.... | |
| John Keill - 1726 - 141 pages
...Numbers. Let z be an odd Number, whofe Logarithm is fought ; then (hall the Numbers z — 1 and z -f- 1 **be even, and accordingly their Logarithms, and the...of the Logarithms will be had, which let be called** j>: Therefor e,alfo the Logarithm of a Number, which is a Geometrical-Mean between z — 1 and z -j-... | |
| Euclid, John Keill - 1733 - 393 pages
...Numbers. Let z be an odd Number, whofe Logarithm is fought ; then Ihall the Numbers z — i and z -+- 1 **be even, and accordingly their Logarithms, and the...-Therefore, alfo the Logarithm of a Number, which is a** Geometrical Mean between z — i and zfi will be given, -viz. equal to the half Sum of the Logarithms.... | |
| John Keill - 1772 - 399 pages
...Logarithms of large Numbers. Let z be an odd Number, whofe Logarithm is fought ; then fhall the Numbers **z — i and z+i be even, and accordingly their Logarithms,...Therefore, alfo, the Logarithm of a Number, which is a** Geometrical Mean between Z — I and 2+1, will be given, viz. equal to the Half Sum of the Logarithms.... | |
| John Keill - 1782 - 399 pages
...Numbers. Let z be an odd Number, whofe Logarithm is fought; then (hall the Numbers z — i and zf i **be even, and accordingly their Logarithms, and the...Therefore, alfo, the Logarithm of a Number, which is a** Geometrical Mean between z — I and z+ I, will be given, viz. equal to the Half Sum of the Logarithms.... | |
| William Nicholson - 1809
...Thus, let z be an odd number, whose logarithm is sought: then shall the numbers z — 1 and г -f- 1 **be even, and accordingly their logarithms, and the...logarithms will be had, which let be called y. Therefore,** also the logarithm of a number, which is a geometrical mean between г — 1 and г-|-1, will be given,... | |
| William Nicholson - 1809
...is sought: then shall the numbers z — 1 and z-|-l be even, and accordingly their logarithms, aud **the difference of the logarithms will be had, which let be called y. Therefore,** also the logarithm of a number, which is a geometrical mean between z — 1 and z + 1, will be given,... | |
| William Nicholson - 1821
...numbers. Thus let t be an odd number, whose logarithm is sought : then shall the numbers z — 1 and z+1 **be even, and accordingly their logarithms, and the...logarithms will be had, which let be called y. Therefore,** also the logarithm of a number, which is a geometrical mean between z — 1 and z + 1, will be given,... | |
| William Nicholson - 1821
...numbers. Thus let s. be an odd number, whose logarithm is sought : then shall the numbers s — 1 and -4-1 **be even, and accordingly their logarithms, and the...of the logarithms will be had, which let be called** n. Therefore, also the logarithm of a number, which is a geometrical mean between z — 1 and * + 1,... | |
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