Elemento of Geometry, Theoretical and Practical: Containing a Full Explanation of the Construction and Use of Tables, and a New System of Surveying

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Pratt, Woodford & Company, 1848 - Mathematics - 324 pages
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Contents

Variation defined notation
48
Inversion compositioninvolutionmultiples comparison com bined comparison
49
Analysis of Equations 1 A single equation resolvable into several distinct equations Ex amples
50
Quadraticsrule for solvingsum and product of roots
51
Classes of biquadratics solvable as quadratics
52
Rule for putting problems into equation
53
Discussion of the two values of the unknown quantity
55
Equation between constants and variables
57
CoŽfficients equated
59
BOOK SECOND PLANE GEOMETRY DEPENDING ON THE RIGHT LINE Section I Comparison of Angles 1 Definitions Geometrysolids surfaces ...
63
Corollariesscholiam on parallels
64
Sum of adjacent angles constant method
65
Corollariesright angles sum of adjacent angles lines forming one and the same straight line vertical angles sum of angles round a point
66
ApplicationsRightangle Surveyors Cross
67
Parallels method reversion and superposition
68
Corollariesthe converse conditions determined by the equality of alternate angles secant perpendicular lines parallel to the same angles having parallel...
69
Sum of external angles of polygon
70
Exercises
71
Polygons when equal how proved
72
CONTENTS
73
Proportional Lines
78
Line bisecting the vertical angle of a triangle
84
Comparison of Plane Figures
90
BOOK THIRD
101
Angle embraced by intersecting secants measured
105
Exercises
112
Tangent and consequences
118
Scholiasignification of the symbol
124
CONTENTS PAGE
128
BOOK FIRST
131
Derivative of y fx Axa + Bxb + Cart and the converse
137
Logarithms rules of operation
145
Development of y fx when ay x computations
146
Interpolation
153
Exercises C
158
Exponential theorem or development of y a
159
General Laws relating to the Development of Functions depending on a single Variable 1 Ratio of the increment of a continuous function to that of it...
162
Derivative of a polynomial and multiple function
163
Use of intermediate and converse functions
164
Derivative of a functional product
165
Power of a function derivative
166
Fraction of functions derivative
167
Expansion of a function Maclaurins theorem
168
Exercises
169
BOOK SECOND PLANE TRIGONOMETRY Section I Trigonometrical Analysis 1 Construction and definitionscomplementary arcs sine c
170
Sum of the squares of the sine and cosine the sine an increasing the cosine a decreasing function
171
Secant and tangent
172
Sine and cosine derivatives of
173
Sine and cosine developed in terms of arc
174
Sine and cosine of the sum and difference of two arcs
175
Corollariessin 2x cos 2x 1 + cos2x 1 cos 2x 1+ sin 2x 1 sin 2x 1 + sin 2x 1sin 2x sin p+ sin sin p sin q cos p+ cos q cos q cos psin p+singsin p sin I...
177
Tan a+b colan a+b tan 2a cot 2a c
178
Denominate equationsradius restored
180
Arc developed in terms of tangent computed
181
Trigonometrical lines computed
183
Ratio of circumference to diameter arcs of similar sectors areas of circles circles and their like parts how related
202
Incremental vanishing arc of continuous curve
203
Segmental arca derivative of
204
Area of parabola
205
Proximate area of continuous curve
206
Exercises
207
BOOK THIRD SURVEYING SECTION I Description and Use of Instruments 1 The chainlength division how used field notes
208
The surveyors crossconstruction and use
210
Vernier or nonius
211
Theodolitehow adjusted used
212
Variation of needle
214
Leveling
215
Plotting 1 Graphical problemsperpendiculars parallels c
216
Problems of constructionx a +b c
218
Graduation of the circlechords
220
To plot a field Diagonal scale sector
222
Plot reduced or enlarged
224
Computation of Areas 1 Last side and diagonals of polygonal fields
225
Corollaries Similar figures and proportional lines the Pantograph
227
Exercises
229
Area of polygon in terms of the sides and their inclinations
231
Form of computation
234
BOOK FIRST
245
Surface of revolution derivative
251
Consequences ellipsoidal frustrum ellipsoid sphere Para
257
Spherical triangle measured consequences
262
cosb cosc + sino sinc cosA consequences
264
Sides how related to opposite angles consequences
267
Elimination first second thirdconsequences
268
Napiers analogies
272
Napiers Rules modified
273
Cases in spherical trigonometry
275
Exercises
276
Projections of the Sphere 1 Orthographic projection consequences
280
How made
282
Gnomonic projection
283
A conic section
284
How made
286
Conical projection how made
288
Exercises
290
BOOK THIRD NAVIGATION Section I Problem of the Course 1 Difference of latitude
291
Difference of longitude consequences
292
Parallel sailing
293
Scholium
294
Problem of the Place
295
Latitude by meridian altitude
296
Time consequences
298
Longitude by lunar distance
302
Description and Use of Instruments 1 CourseMariners compass
304
Zenith distancesextant adjustments use depression of horizon re fraction parallax semidiameter
305
II 312
312
TABLESLogarithms of numbers
316
Logarithmic Sines
320
Logarithmic Tangents
322

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Page 264 - ... greater than the angle contained by the two sides equal to them, of the other ; the base of that which has the greater angle, shall be greater than the base of the other. Let ABC, DEF be two triangles, which have the two sides AB, AC, equal to...
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Page 195 - As the sine of the angle opposite the given side, is to the sine of the angle opposite the required side ; so is the given side to the required side.
Page 197 - To find the other side: — • as the sum of the two given sides is to their difference, so is the tangent of half the sum of their opposite angles to the tangent of half their difference...
Page 170 - The sine of an arc is the perpendicular let fall from one extremity of the arc on the diameter which passes through the other extremity.
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Page 177 - The sum of the sines of two arcs is to their difference, as the tangent of half the sum of those arcs is to the tangent of half their difference.

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