A sexagesimal table, exhibiting, at sight, the result of any proportion, where the terms do not exceed sixty minutes. Also tables of the equation of second difference, and tables for turning the lower denominations of English money, weights, and measures into sexagesimals of the higher, and vice versâ. And the sexagesimal table turned into seconds as far as the 1000th column, being a very useful millesimal table of proportional parts. With precepts and examples. Useful for astronomers, mathematicians, navigators, and persons in trade.
By Michael Taylor. Published by order of the Commissioners of longitude.
|Main Author:||Taylor, Michael, 1756-1789.|
London, Printed by W. Richardson and sold by C. Nourse [etc.] 1780.
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xlv,  p., 1 l., 316 p.
32 x 25 cm.
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