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# A handbook of trigonometric functions - introducing doversines.

Author: Leon Kennedy Ames : Iowa State Univ. Press, [©1961] Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats "The main purpose of this book is to supply the user with a table of trigonometric functions that is arranged specifically to expedite the solution of both plane and spherical triangles. For any one degree from 0 to 180 degrees the user has in full view the natural sines, cosines, tangents, cotangents, secants, cosecants, doversines and haversines ... Natural trigonometric functions have been calculated to either six significant figures or six decimal places ... The logarithms of the functions have been calaculated to six decimal places. A table of six place logarithms of the numers 1 to 1000 has been included."--Preface.  Read more... (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

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Genre/Form: Tables Online version:Kennedy, Leon.Handbook of trigonometric functions - introducing doversines.Ames : Iowa State Univ. Press, [©1961](OCoLC)826662037 Book Leon Kennedy Find more information about: Leon Kennedy 1002957 397 pages Trigonometric functions

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"The main purpose of this book is to supply the user with a table of trigonometric functions that is arranged specifically to expedite the solution of both plane and spherical triangles. For any one degree from 0 to 180 degrees the user has in full view the natural sines, cosines, tangents, cotangents, secants, cosecants, doversines and haversines ... Natural trigonometric functions have been calculated to either six significant figures or six decimal places ... The logarithms of the functions have been calaculated to six decimal places. A table of six place logarithms of the numers 1 to 1000 has been included."--Preface.

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