| Robert Gibson - Surveying - 1833 - 436 pages
...this number by the numbers that have been considered as ciphers : then, cut off from the right-hand **as many places for decimals as there are figures in...logarithm of 672887. The log. of 672800 is found, on the** llth page of the table, to be 5.827886, by prefixing the characteristic 5. The number corresponding... | |
| Adrien Marie Legendre - Geometry - 1836 - 359 pages
...and prefix a characteristic which shall be one less than the number of places including the ciphers. **Take from the last column on the right of the page,...add the product, so obtained, to the first logarithm** : this sum will be the logarithm sought. Let it be required to find the logarithm of 672887. The log.... | |
| Logarithms - 1836 - 177 pages
...this number- by the numbers that have been considered as ciphers : then, cut off from the right-hand **as many places for decimals as there are figures in...logarithm of 672887. The log. of 672800 is found, on the** l'lth page of the table, to be 6.827886, by prefixing the characteristic 5. The number corresponding... | |
| Charles Davies - Navigation - 1837 - 336 pages
...the number on the same horizontal line with the logarithm, and multiply this number by the figures **that have been considered as ciphers : then cut off...add the product so obtained to the first logarithm,** and the sum will be the logarithm sought. Let it be required, for example, to find the logarithm of... | |
| Charles Davies - Surveying - 1839 - 380 pages
...the number on the same horizontal line with the logarithm, and multiply this number by the figures **that have been considered as ciphers : then cut off...add the product so obtained to the first logarithm,** and the sum will be the logarithm sought. •Let it be- required, for example, to find the logarithm... | |
| Charles Davies - Surveying - 1839 - 376 pages
...the number on the same horizontal line with the logarithm, and multiply this number by the figures **that have been considered as ciphers : then cut off...add the product so obtained to the first logarithm,** and the sum will be the logarithm sought. Let it be required, for example, to find the logarithm of... | |
| Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1839 - 305 pages
...Write the numbers under each other according to their value, add as in ii'linli: numbers, and point **off" from the right hand as many places for decimals, as there are** in either of the numbers. 2. Add together the following numbers — 81.61356, 6716.31, 413.1678956,35.14671,... | |
| Charles Davies - Navigation - 1835 - 359 pages
...the number on the same horizontal line with the logarithm, and multiply this number by the figures **that have been considered as ciphers : then cut off...add the product so obtained to the first logarithm,** and the sum will be the logarithm sought. Let it be required, for example, to find the logarithm of... | |
| Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1841 - 314 pages
...RULE. Write the numbers under each other according to their value, add as in whole numbers, and point **off from the right hand- as many places for decimals, as there are** in either of the numbers. 2. Add together the following numbers — 31.61356, 6716.31, 413.1678956,35.14671,... | |
| Benjamin Greenleaf - Arithmetic - 1844 - 210 pages
...RULE. Write the numbers under each other according to their value, add as in whole numbers, and point **off" from the right hand as many places for decimals, as there are** in that number, which contains the greatest number of decimals. «. Add together 171.61111 ; -16.7101... | |
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