Catalog Record: The Elements of Euclid, in which the propositions are demonstrated in a new and shorter manner than in former translations, and the arrangement of many of them altered, to which are annexed Plain and spherical trigonometry, tables of logarithms from 1 to 10,000, and tables of sines, tangents, and secants, natural and artificial | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The Elements of Euclid, in which the propositions are demonstrated in a new and shorter manner than in former translations, and the arrangement of many of them altered, to which are annexed Plain and spherical trigonometry, tables of logarithms from 1 to 10,000, and tables of sines, tangents, and secants, natural and artificial. By George Douglas.

Main Author: Euclid.
Related Names: Douglas, G. , ed.
Language(s): English
Published: Edinburgh, Printed for the author, and sold by C. Elliott, Edinburgh; 1776.
Subjects: Trigonometry > Early works to 1800.
Geometry > Early works to 1800
Note: Identical with London edition of same date, except for title-page.
Physical Description: xii, 172, 92 p. 17 fold. pl. (diagrs.), tables. 2l cm.
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