| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1807
...one ; and for every degree which this differs from the temperature 31°, take so many times the ^-5. **part of the fathoms above found, and add them if the...but subtract them if the mean temperature be below** 3 1° ; and the sum or difference will be the true altitude in fathoms : or, being multiplied by 6,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1811
...one; and for every degree which this differs from the temperature 31°, take so many times the -$-^ **part of the fathoms above found, and add them if the...multiplied by 6, it will be the Altitude in feet.** 392. Example 1. Let the state of the barometers and thermometers be as follows; to find the' altitude,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1811
...one; and for every degree which this differs from the temperature 31°, take so many times the -5-3-5. **part of the fathoms above found, and add them if the...the sum or difference will be the true altitude in** fathonas : or, being multiplied by 6, it will be the altitude in feet. 392. Example 1. Let the state... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1812 - 632 pages
...one : and for every degree 'which this differs from the temperature 31°, take so many times the t* ^ **part of the fathoms above found, and add them if the mean temperature be above** 3 1 °, but subtract them if the mean temperature be below 31° ; and the sum or difference will be... | |
| John Mason Good - 1813 - 766 pages
...every degree which this ditVers from the standard tem]>erature of .31", take so many times the 4 ! ith **part of the fathoms above found, and add them if the mean temperature** he more than .31°, but subtract them if it be below 31°; so shall the sum or difference be the true... | |
| Olinthus Gregory - Mechanical engineering - 1815 - 604 pages
...one'; and for every degree which this differs from the temperature 31°, take so many times the-^.-j. **part of the fathoms above found, and add them if the...multiplied by 6, it will be the altitude in feet.** (Math. Diet. art. Barometer.) Same example. Thermometers. it u Detached. Attached. Barometers. As 0600:... | |
| Charles Hutton - Mathematics - 1816 - 618 pages
...one : and for every degree which this differs from the temperature 31*, take so many times the TJT **part of the fathoms above found, and add them if the...multiplied by 6, it will be the altitude in feet.** 392. Examfitc 1, Let the state of the barometers and thermometeis be as follows ; to find the altitude,... | |
| Charles Hutton - Arithmetic - 1818 - 686 pages
...temperature 31°, take so many times the T^j part of the fathoms above found, and add them if the meau **temperature be above 31°, but subtract them if the...true altitude in fathoms : or, being, multiplied by** G, it will be the altitude in feet. 392. Example 1. 'Let the state of the barometers and thermometers... | |
| William Nicholson - Natural history - 1819 - 376 pages
...ever)7 degree which this differs from the standard temperature of 31°, take so many times the 435th **part of the fathoms above found, and add them, if the mean temperature be** more than 31°, but subtract them, if it be below 31°; so shall the sum or difference be the true... | |
| Science - 1819
...degree which this differs from 31°, take so many times the -j-fo part of the approximate height ; **and add them, if the mean temperature be above 31° ; but subtract them if** it be below 31°; and the sum or difference will be the true altitude iu fathoms. These formulas have... | |
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