Logarithmick arithmetick, containing a new and correct table of logarithms of the natural numbers from 1 to 10,000, extended to seven places besides the index; and so contrived, that the logarithm may be easily found to any number between 1 and 10,000,000. Also an easy method of constructing a table of logarithms, together with their numerous and important uses in the more difficult parts of arithmetick. To which are added a number of astronomical tables ... and an easy method of calculating solar and lunar eclipses; illustrated with geometrical projections ... by Elijah Hinsdale Burritt.
|Main Author:||Burritt, Elijah H. 1794-1838.|
Williamsburgh [Mass.] Printed by E. Whitman, 1818.
Arithmetic > Early works to 1900.
Errors in paging: p. 136, 162 and 173-180 incorrectly numbered 135, 251 and 149-156 respectively.
1 p. 1., 251,  p.
incl. tables. diagrs. on 1 fold. pl.
|Original Classification Number:||QA59 .B97|
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